A bill seeking to make sex-ed programs in public schools more comprehensive and inclusive is drawing criticism from some Colorado Republicans, including the Republican House Minority Leader, despite having bipartisan support in the legislature.
A Facebook post by Chaffee County, Colorado, Republicans claimed “Trump Family Donates $1 Billion To Wall Fund,” and that is simply not true.
A coalition of progressive groups and lawmakers gathered at Colorado’s Capitol this morning to kick off Women and Families Wednesdays, a weekly lobby day aimed at influencing elected leaders to support policies that help women and families.
Shortly after calling Democratic Congressman Joe Neguse Boulder “another Cory Gardner,” as in a “ray of sunshine,” U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) took shots at one of his opponents in the race to be leader of the state Republican Party.
Environmentalists Call For Legislative Fix To Ensure Public Health Is Top Priority For Oil Industry Regulators
After the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that a state regulatory agency shouldn’t prioritize environmental concerns over the interests of oil companies, lawmakers and environmentalists are calling for a legislative fix.
It’s been nearly a century since The Little Engine That Could first charmed children with its cheerful smile and can-do attitude. These days, kids love characters such as Thomas the Tank Engine and the cast of “Toy Story,” all of whom continue the tradition of entertaining young minds while teaching fundamental lessons about overcoming life’s challenges.
Congressman, Who Said White Supremacy Shouldn’t Be Seen As Offensive, Spoke At Conservative Gathering Near Denver Last Year
Colorado Christian University “generally” doesn’t repeat speakers at its annual conservative gathering near Denver, said the event’s director Jeff Hunt when asked whether a Republican Congressman, who advised people not to be offended by white supremacy, would be invited to the annual event again this July.
Every year, Colorado state employees have the opportunity to make charitable donations through the Colorado Combined Campaign (CCC). Last year this workplace giving program raised $945,000 for nearly 700 different non-profit groups.
Thousands showed up to the Celebrate Life Rally and March at Colorado’s Capitol Saturday, which occurs annually in cities across the U.S. around the anniversary of the monumental Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion nearly half a century ago.