June 15 marked the 10th anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which was established via an executive order by former President Barack Obama but has never been passed into law and made permanent.
A recently circulated political ad featuring Colorado’s two Republican candidates for U.S. Senate has been making waves in conservative circles.
It’s Pride Month once again, and Colorado’s LGBTQ community is preparing for its biggest event of the year: Denver Pridefest, a two-day celebration which has drawn upwards of 500,000 visitors in prior years. Meanwhile, the Log Cabin Republicans of Colorado – the state’s most prominent organization of LGBT conservatives – are once again preparing to join the festivities.
Three months after Colorado legislators passed the Reproductive Health Equity Act (RHEA), which enshrines the right to an abortion in Colorado law, the Supreme Court today ruled 6-3 in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The bipartisan congressional commission investigating the January 6 coup attempt has found strong evidence that Donald Trump is a criminal. As the hearings reveal, the former president illegally plotted to stay in office after the American people voted to boot him out.
Ganahl Says She ‘Never Met’ Eastman, But in Their Email Exchange, She Wrote, ‘I’ve Heard Wonderful Things About You’
Heidi Ganahl, a Republican who’s running to be governor of Colorado, has stated multiple times that she “never met” John Eastman, who was a legal architect of Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
With the current Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder set to step down this year, two candidates — one Democrat and one Republican — are vying to take his place.
In late May, Republican Secretary of State candidate Tina Peters’ campaign made a $50,000 payment to PIN Business Network, a marketing company with ties to election conspiracist and podcast host Joe Oltmann. The payment was marked in the state’s campaign finance database as being for “internet advertising,” and amounts to nearly one-third of Peters’ total campaign expenditures to date.
State Rep. Brianna Titone (D-Arvada) has been accused of using her position as an elected official to “assert political pressure” on the Jefferson County District Attorney in a lawsuit filed by YouthSeen, a nonprofit that provides support for LGBTQ youth.