“You’re not going to find many more ardent defenders of TABOR than me, but I do think certificates of participation can be a smart way for local governments to address capital needs when we don't necessarily need to go to taxpayers,” he said.
Hundreds of journalists and other employees at The New York Times began a 24-hour walkout Thursday, the first strike of its kind at the newspaper in more than 40 years.
"I have a theory that publishing is at a very important decision point where it has to decide whether it wants to continue moving forward with 20th century ideas or if it wants to join other businesses and go into the 21st century," McGhee, 28, said recently. "And I think it's very hard for them to make that transition."
Expedited drug approvals slowed this year as the Food and Drug Administration's controversial accelerated pathway came under new scrutiny from Congress, government watchdogs and some of the agency's own leaders.