Hundreds gathered at the state Capitol Wednesday to protest Education Secretary Betsy Devos’ arrival in Denver for the annual meeting of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).
You don’t have to be anti-gay to be anti-abortion, but the two sometimes run together in Colorado politics.
State Senator allows comments suggesting the use of violence against political opponents on his Facebook page
Colorado Senate Majority Leader Chris Holbert, a Republican from Parker, took to Facebook last week to share his views on the purpose of the Second Amendment.
Gardner helped strip from Obamacare a program to stabilize insurance markets but it’s now part of Senate healthcare bill
Republicans sabotaged Obamacare, in part, by stripping the law of funds to incentivize insurance companies to cover enrollees who were expensive to insure.
Conservation Colorado issued report cards assessing the conditions of several of the state’s major rivers last week, and the final grades bring some bad news.
Sinclair Broadcast Group’s potential acquisition of Tribune Media, a Chicago-based media company, has elicited considerable reaction for ownership of local news stations. With the acquisition of Tribune, Sinclair would come to own two local Denver news stations, KWGN and KDVR, according to the Denver Post.
Mischaracterization of the word “jihad” in Women’s March organizer’s speech leads to violent threats from conservatives
Conservatives have once again been demonizing Women’s March organizer and Palestinian-American political activist Linda Sarsour, who they say called for violent “jihad” against Donald Trump in a recent speech.
The conservative group Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), which has been spotlighted as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, recently sought donations on Facebook for its legal defense of Jack Phillips, the Lakewood baker who violated Colorado law for refusing to sell a wedding cake to a gay couple.
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U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s (R-CO) office says it erred in telling Steamboat Springs Republicans that a planned lunch meeting last Friday with Gardner was canceled due the expected presence of protesters, when, in fact, the actual reason for the cancellation, according to Gardner’s office, was to “accommodate” a meeting with Democratic Routt County Commissioner Doug Monger.