Denver’s KNUS 710-AM management isn’t saying whether the radio station will air a new show hosted by the Colorado Proud Boys, a designated hate group, as reported by 9News’ Jeremy Jojola.
Two Colorado Republican lawmakers, state Sen. Vicki Marble of Fort Collins and state Rep. Lori Saine of Firestone, are hosting the third and final “Vaccines and Health Care Choice Summit” at Colorado’s capitol Monday.
You may have heard about the Trump administration’s latest attack on very poor Americans: a punitive new restriction that will cut SNAP benefits for 688,000 people. SNAP, formerly known as food stamps, is our country’s most popular and effective nutrition assistance program.
In a radio interview this morning, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) said he’ll offer an amendment striking impeachment language that uses the term debunked or discredited to describe the theory that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 U.S. election.
Would a Colorado ballot measure banning abortion after 22 weeks into pregnancy inspire more conservatives to vote next year, to the benefit of anti-choice Republicans like Cory Gardner?
In what are apparently his first public comments since accusations surfaced that he’s a Nazi, KNUS 710-AM producer Kirk Widlund said it’s all a “smear” campaign against him, and he never stated, among other things, that America fought on the wrong side of WWII.
Approximately two hundred people rallied at the state Capitol Saturday against Colorado’s new “red flag” law, which allows guns to be taken from people deemed a threat to themselves or others.
Colorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner has voted to confirm yet another lifetime federal judge with such radical anti-abortion views that even Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), who, like Gardner, is facing a tough re-election campaign next year, voted against confirming.
Steven Paletz, a transactional attorney based in Denver, is encouraging voters to “cast their ballots for Paletz,” during the upcoming election for the House District Six (HD6) seat in the State House of Representatives.
Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign is breaking ground in Colorado with new field offices opening in Denver and Colorado Springs on Wednesday, a major step in expanding operations in the state ahead of the March 3 Super Tuesday primary.