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They definitely did not "go door to door." We watched them in our neighborhood go to one home, then they'd drive to another, then drive across the neighborhood, then back to our street. We had 4 trucks in our neighborhood at one point, all just driving back and forth. Their system should be set up so that if an entire neighborhood goes out, they can map who calls and be able to go door to door for those who have reported problems. I realize this was a "crippling" failure, but perhaps Xcel can figure out how to export their datebase to an Excel spreadsheet (no pun intended) and sort by address. That would have been much more effective for the 300 people working in bitter cold.
There are 88 houses in our neighborhood & we're all out.
I remember hearing afterwards about an Asian gang kidnapping her and it felt really odd. But the victim remembered everything--their descriptions and the vehicle. I think they had arrested the gang within 24-36 hours. I was really proud of and impressed by her that she was able to keep her wits about her to gather that information. I hope that she is doing okay today, and that she has been able to move on (if one can) from that horrific event.
I do know her and as a CO_Mama (hence the name), I'm happy to see another working mom in government. So odd that you wouldn't find that valuable. Go take a look at Sweden.
Very happy to see a mother working for Colorado at the state level. This is great news!
This is great--wonderful for the people of Colorado. Good job, KC!
Typo: "CU's first visiting scholar in conservative though and policy." I believe it's conservative thought...
well said. I know many people who are gluten free due to auto immune diseases. It didn't even occur to me there would be gluten at the dentist. Really interesting. Take heart; you are doing a great job.
Read the case and then get back to me on it.
That's not true--I am not "flat out wrong" just because you have not adequately educated yourself on Walmart and their unified treatment of female employees. Just read about the largest gender discrimination class action lawsuit in history--150,000 women of Walmart vs. Walmart. The Supreme Court ruled against the women because they were unable to "identify a common injury." I can give you many links that you could go read, but you could also try to educate yourself. I am not in a union, but I am a daughter of teachers and I certainly support them--and you should thank unions for your limited work day and your vacations.