On Friday, activists gathered in front of an Aurora facility holding ICE detainees after two confirmed COVID infections there.
Colorado’s Republican House Leader to Push Bill Limiting Governor’s Authority to Issue Public-Health Orders
Colorado Republicans plan to push for legislation limiting Gov. Jared Polis’ authority to issue public-health orders to 15 days, after which time Polis or a future governor would need to get the green light from the state legislature to extend orders any longer.
An eighth worker died at the JBS meatpacking facility in Greeley this weekend, raising questions about worker safety there.
The COVID-19 pandemic may be responsible for changing opinions on vaccination requirements among some Coloradans, especially women and unaffiliated voters 50 and over.
In response to the pandemic–induced budget crisis, a coalition of progressive groups is calling on Colorado legislators to pass a temporary emergency tax increase on people who make more than $250,000 per year.
“This Isn’t a Joke. Coloradans Need Help Now,” Says Top Colo Democrat After Gardner Laughs Off Her Request to Vote Against McConnell
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) jumped on conservative talk radio yesterday to laugh off a letter from Colorado House Speaker KC Becker and others requesting that Gardner pledge not to vote for Mitch McConnell as Republican leader of the U.S. Senate, if Gardner is re-elected in November.
The campaign to place an initiative that would ban abortion at 22 weeks on Colorado’s November ballot is promoting a false statistic about the frequency of Down syndrome diagnoses in patients who terminate pregnancies in an apparent attempt to frame later abortion care as disability discrimination.
Michael Brown, who became famous after President George W. Bush told him that he was doing a “heck’ve a job” during the Katrina disaster, already knows he isn’t going to take a vaccination against COVID-19, if one becomes available, and, meanwhile, he thinks mask-wearing is in many ways an “utter joke.”