An “atmosphere of intimidation” is how Miriam Arneros, a naturalized citizen who immigrated to the U.S. when she was 11, chooses to describe Amendment 76, a ballot measure up for vote in Colorado this November.
A new poll from the Colorado Health Foundation shows massive mental strain on Colorado residents from the stress of the physical health risks of the pandemic, severe economic stress, and the police brutality that’s been in the news all over the country.
Between COVID-19 safety concerns, worries over potentially long wait times, and smears against the integrity of mail-in ballots, there’s a lot weighing on voters this coming general election.
Jonathan Samet, Dean of the Colorado School of Public Health, wrote in his latest monthly COVID-19 newsletter that trust in key national health institutions “has been eroded continuously throughout the pandemic.”
CO State Lawmakers Cutter and Story Hold Town Hall to Discuss COVID-19 Situation in Jefferson County
Wednesday evening, State Rep. Lisa Cutter (D-Morrison) and state Sen. Tammy Story (D-Conifer) held a virtual town hall to update constituents on the COVID-19 situation in Jefferson County, as well as to answer questions.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) has made national headlines after an interview with Fox News to vocalize his opposition against the House Democrats’ recent bill, the Delivering for America Act, which would provide $25 billion in additional funding to the U.S. Postal Service, designed in part to prevent restrictions and delays in Postal Service operations.
On Tuesday, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser’s office settled two cases against companies that illegally lent Coloradans money at interest rates higher than Colorado’s cap.
Trump Fed-Reserve Nominee Has Supported Selling Off Public Lands. Will Gardner Join Bennet in Opposing Her?
Last Monday, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) came out against President Donald Trump’s controversial nomination of Dr. Judy Shelton as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve.