In America today, “alternative facts” are accepted as truth, and the accusation of “fake news” is thrown at stories people disagree with. Even in Colorado, which has many examples of bipartisanship for the nation to emulate, journalists have faced threats and ridicule just for doing their job.
The compressed file to the left contains house ads and social media memes in support of Colorado newspapers' victory in passing Senate Bill 40 during the 2017 Colorado General Assembly.
You have the right to know why important decision have been made. In Colorado, the law requires public bodies to not hold meetings that affect the public behind closed doors. The Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition works to ensure the public has timely access to public information.