Some of the world’s largest oil-and-gas companies are calling on the Trump Administration not to weaken Obama-era regulations on methane pollution, which is a significant cause of global warming.
Lawmaker Cites Jussie Smollett Case as a Reason to Oppose Legislation to Take Guns From Dangerous People
During Friday’s hearing on a proposed bill to keep guns out of the hands of those who are proven to be dangerous, state Sen. Vicki Marble, a staunch opponent of gun control measures, used the Jussie Smollett case to raise concerns about the prevalence of false reporting.
“If Anything, I’ve Gotten Kudos,” Says Republican Lawmaker about the Response to his Vote To Ban Conversion Therapy for Minors
After voting last month in favor of a proposed law banning mental health professionals from trying to make gay youth become heterosexual, State Rep. Colin Larson (R-Littleton) “didn’t get any backlash” from his district, despite that fact that the vast majority of his fellow Republicans voted against the legislation.
Before Voting with Trump on National Emergency, Gardner Said Twice He Was Against It. What Changed His Mind?
In his short explanation of why he voted with Trump for a national emergency to build a border wall, Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner did not explain why he told at least two Colorado media outlets that he opposed the national emergency.
Colorado Public Radio’s Bente Birkeland broke news this week that moderate Colorado Republicans are launching a new organization, Friends for the Future, to try to elect more moderate Republicans in Colorado and appeal to Unaffiliated voters.
When criminal justice reformer and prison abolitionist Elisabeth Epps was herself sentenced to jail time, she took to Twitter to share her personal experience with the system she fights to change.
It’s been a busy week both online and in real life for the South Jeffco Tea Party. On Tuesday one of its members called out the Republican establishment in no uncertain terms and tonight the group is hosting a VIP Meet & Greet followed by a public forum for state GOP party official candidates.
Colorado’s governor and attorney general both stated today that sheriffs should disregard county resolutions not to enforce gun-safety laws.
The University of Colorado Denver’s Criminal Justice Series Continues with a Discussion about Court Culture
Angela Gover, a professor at the University of Colorado at Denver, will moderate the “Culture in Colorado’s Courts” discussion event on Wed., March 20.
Why Can’t Republicans Win in Colorado? Bad Election Campaign Tactics? Or Bad on the Issues that Matter Most?
Colorado Republicans are standing chest-deep in blue water that crashed here in November.