Election 2016: Pinnacle Staff Tackles The State Ballot
There are many initiatives and candidates on the ballot this year. The Arapahoe Pinnacle staff decided to illuminate the issues while also taking a stance.
Low Voter Turnout: You Have More Options Than You May Realize
You do not have to vote for either major party candidate, you still have plenty of options.
Head, Heart, or Not At All: How do I Vote in 2016?
Many suggest this to be the weakest class of nominees there has ever been, and it has resulted in a bitter cat-fight in which the only real loser here is the American people.
Ballot Measure 4B: Culture for All
Ballot Measure 4B deserves an encore.
Amendment U: A Step Forward For the State’s Economy
A small tax does not justify a tax break for those who use government land for their own benefit.
Amendment 70: A Minimum Wage Reflective of Rising Living Costs
Amendment 70 seeks to bridge the gap of social inequity by providing struggling families with an opportunity at a decent and respectable life.
Amendment T: Vote to End Slavery in Colorado
This election gives Colorado the opportunity to reshape our image of inmates, because in one way or another we are all utilizing prison labor.
Amendment 72: At What Cost?
Amendment 72 proposes a state tax increase on a pack of cigarettes from $0.84 to $2.59, a rather large jump from the 2005 increase of $0.64 per pack. Smoker or not, this is an interesting proposed amendment appearing on the Colorado ballot this election cycle.
Proposition 106: It’s Not About Death, But About Suffering
For many terminally-ill Coloradans, Prop 106 offers them a once-in-a-lifetime chance, and if not passed, it is unlikely that the bill would come around again anytime soon.
Trump Isn’t Likely To Make America Great Again, But He May Be The Key To Making The GOP Great Again
Lions are often most “vicious” in their dying days. We are witnessing the death of the Republican party, and everybody knows it.