They’ve even launched a catchy slogan and campaign, “Fund Schools, Not Prisons,” which Polis supporters introduced Tuesday during a rally outside the Capitol.
How the heck does Colorado fund its schools? (And six other money questions you might be embarrassed to ask.)
Since public schools were founded, arguments have raged over how to pay for them. In Colorado, it’s one of the perennial debates.
A woman born in 1917 and a bail bondsman named Red have kept one of the most colorful parts of Civic Center alive for decades.