Billboards across Denver are alerting pregnant women of “fake health centers” in their neighborhoods.
Following a career-long pattern of voting for cuts in Medicaid, the federal-state health insurance program for low-income people, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman is now calling for a reduction in “welfare” spending, a change in rhetoric that does not appear to reflect a shift in the Congressman’s thinking about the need to trim or eliminate Medicaid.
Advocates for workers’ rights push back against bill they say will put corporate profit above employees
A bill introduced to the Colorado State Senate is receiving heavy opposition from groups that fear it will take away key workers’ rights.
Over the past six weeks, since U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO) promised to restart his efforts to collect signatures on a “discharge petition” to force the U.S. House of Representatives to vote on legislation that would temporarily protect some so-called Dreamers from deportation, Coffman has apparently failed to convince a single Congressman, Democrat or Republican, to sign it.
Congressman Doug Lamborn shares beliefs with End Times novelist
Gardner says “White House does have a little bit more of an uptick, but I don’t think there’s chaos”
In an interview this morning, Colorado Senator Cory Gardner again rejected any characterization of “chaos” in the White House administration, despite two more recent top-level personnel changes in adviser and cabinet positions, saying it’s “not a surprise to see employee changes in any administration.”
The chair of the Pueblo County Republican Party says her recent “like” of a Facebook meme should not be interpreted as an attack on gay people.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Steve Barlock is mobilizing his supporters to pressure Denver’s 9News to reconsider its decision to exclude him from Thursday’s televised debate.
Republicans for Democrats for education reform