Earlier this month, U.S. Senators John Hickenlooper (D-CO), Michael Bennett (D-CO), and Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) released a joint statement celebrating an investment of $13.8 million by the federal Department of Transportation in expanding the electric vehicle charging network across Colorado.
U.S. Senators John Hickenlooper (D-CO) and Michael Bennett (D-CO) released a joint statement last week calling on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to track emissions of methane gas, which contributes to climate change.
Environmental Group Ranks Colorado 7th in Progress Toward Aligning Transporation Policy with Climate Goals
A report by the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a national environmental group, found that Colorado ranks seventh in the nation for the state’s progress toward aligning transportation policy with state and national climate goals.
Hundreds of thousands of people in Colorado have already voted in this year’s election, which ends on Tuesday. This raises the question: If an individual votes, and dies before election day, would their vote still count?
On October 21, Laurel Imer, former Republican Nominee for Colorado House District 24 and former candidate for Colorado’s 7th Congressional District, announced her intent to unseat Colorado Republican National Committeewoman (RNC) Vera Ortegon.
A report from the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association shows massive growth for electric vehicle ownership in 2023, now accounting for a total of 17.1% of all new vehicle sales.
On Friday, over 3,000 healthcare professionals in Colorado represented by Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 105 finally reached a tentative agreement with Kaiser Permanente after staging a three-day strike the previous week.
On Wednesday, E2, a national nonprofit promoting clean energy production, released a report showing massive increases in Colorado’s clean jobs market, including an added 2,790 new clean jobs, or 4.6% of all jobs that have been added to the market in Colorado this year.
Colorado’s Service Employee International Union (SEIU) Local 105, a workers union for Kaiser Permanente, one of the largest medical care companies in the United States, gave its 10-day notice of a strike on September 22 with the intent to strike tomorrow.
Research by Open Primaries, an organization advocating that states adopt open primaries where voters do not have to register with a political party to vote in that party’s primary, has shown that unaffiliated or independent voter registration has skyrocketed across the country.