Starting on July 30, the U.S. Census Bureau (CB) will begin following up with households in Colorado that have yet to submit information for the 2020 Census. The process is scheduled to finish no later than October 31.
Steve Reams, Sheriff of Weld County, said on a talk radio show last week that he will not enforce, nor require that his department enforce, the executive order that all Coloradans above age 10 must wear masks when they’re in indoor public spaces.
Last week, the U.S. House Small Business Committee hosted a virtual hearing on current barriers and long-term solutions for a small business recovery from the COVID-19 health crisis.
CO’s Neguse Promotes Successes in Wildlife Preservation, Push for Racial Diversity in Outdoors Access, Agencies, and Industry
Washington D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse (D-CO) chaired a House Natural Resources Committee virtual roundtable discussion this week, highlighting the economic benefits of wildlife preservation and the lack of diversity in the outdoors scenes, using Colorado as a case study and featuring panelists from Colorado in the discussion.
Last week, in a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, U.S. Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Kamala Harris (D-CA) called on Facebook’s CEO to defend American civil rights, after an audit showed that the platform has a negative effect on democracy.
A U.S. House Committee held a virtual hearing last month to discuss the dividing effect of disinformation due to a lack of content moderation from giant social media companies.
Conservative talk show host Dan Caplis accused pro-choice activists and left-wing politicians of systematic racism due to high abortion rates for black women in the country.
Colorado state Reps. Jonathan Singer (D-Longmont) and Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez (D-Denver), along with local activist Sammie Leon Lawrence IV, hosted a virtual town hall yesterday to discuss Colorado’s police accountability legislation, which passed the legislature with bipartisan support and was signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) this month.