Jody Hope Strogoff

Political News Contributor

Jody Hope Strogoff is the editor and publisher of The Colorado Statesman. The Statesman is a non-partisan political weekly newspaper, founded in 1898. Jody began working at the newspaper in the late 1970s, later purchasing the publication in 1988. She discusses the state’s political scene each Tuesday at 6:35 and 8:35 during KUNC’s Morning Edition.

 

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12:28pm

Mon March 21, 2011
State Politics

Budget Woes Better, But Far From Over

Colorado Statesman

For months state lawmakers have feared the worst where budget cuts are concerned. They got a sliver of good news late last week – but the state’s money woes are still far from over.

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8:33am

Tue March 15, 2011
Politics

Redistricting May be the Tougher Than Balancing the Budget

Colorado Statesman

Plugging a one billion dollar budget shortfall may seem easy to state lawmakers compared to redrawing the state’s congressional boundaries.

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3:57pm

Mon February 21, 2011
Politics

Gardner Leads Charge in Defunding Healthcare

Colorado Statesman

Republicans in the U.S. House passed a package of spending cuts over the weekend that contains an amendment by Colorado Congressman Cory Gardner that seeks to defund part of President Obama’s healthcare law.

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1:01pm

Mon February 14, 2011
Politics

Colorado Republicans – A Party Divided

Colorado Statesman

Abraham Lincoln famously said “a house divided against itself cannot stand”. It’s a message that the party of Lincoln is grappling with here in Colorado.

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3:00pm

Mon February 7, 2011
Politics

Lawmakers Waiting on Governor’s Budget Proposal

Colorado Statesman

Colorado lawmakers have been in session for just shy of one month. And unlike years past, things have been fairly quite so far. But that’s likely to change next week when Governor John Hickenlooper releases his budget and plans to make up for an estimated $1.1 billion shortfall.

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