In yet another blow to Republicans who have waged war against COVID-19-related safety measures, Colorado House Democrats have voted down a bill that would have exempted employees with “naturally acquired immunity” from their employers’ COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandates.
Denver Bishop’s Office: Should a Jewish School’s Magazine Be Allowed To Publish an Anti-Jewish Opinion Article?
Less than a week before Student Press Freedom Day, Denver Archdiocese spokesman Mark Haas defended Regis Jesuit High School’s recent decision to retract an issue of its student magazine, Elevate, over a student’s controversial pro-choice op-ed.
Amid GOP challenges to voting rights across the country, Colorado House Democrats killed three election-related Republican bills on Monday that, Democrats say, were wasteful, anti-democratic, or both.
Employees at two Starbucks stores in Colorado made headlines recently when they announced that they had petitioned the U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for union representation. The store in Superior announced that it had petitioned on Dec. 30, and the Denver store followed suit a few weeks later, on Jan. 27.
On Saturday, U.S. House candidate Laurel Imer announced on the radio that Arizona Republican leader Dr. Kelli Ward has officially backed her congressional bid.
Petition: ‘Silencing a Student’s Voice and Firing Teachers Is Neither a Pro-Life Nor a Christian Response’ to an Opinion Essay
Nearly two months after Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora retracted a student’s pro-choice opinion article and fired the two teachers who oversaw its publication, thousands of Christians across the U.S. have signed a petition urging the school to publish the article and reinstate the teachers.
In an apparent attempt to bolster her congressional campaign and score points with conservative voters, former state Rep. Lori Saine (R-Dacono) is using the words of civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King, Jr. for a seemingly unlikely cause: to advocate for an end to teaching critical race theory (CRT) in schools.
On January 20, Colorado lawmakers introduced a Healthy School Meals for All bill to the state legislature – a move that’s being celebrated by activists, school officials, and members of the community.
Amid studies showing lead-tainted water in Colorado schools, a group of Colorado lawmakers, child health professionals, and advocates is supporting legislation to provide water filtration and testing for Colorado public schools.
In keeping with his staunch anti-abortion stance, longtime U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) of Colorado Springs is pushing two pieces of anti-abortion legislation into Congress.