State Rep. Kim Ransom (R-Littleton) is taking a stand against discrimination–discrimination against those who refuse to get the COVID jab, that is.
This afternoon, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources’ Subcommittee on Water, Oceans, and Wildlife held a public hearing on drought conditions in the western United States.
Rep. Cammack Disputes Reports of Decorated Veteran Jason Crow’s Actions, But Says She Was Ready to Fight
News broke last week that U.S. Catholic bishops are considering pressing President Joe Biden and other pro-choice Catholic politicians to not receive Communion due to their pro-choice stance.
University of Colorado (CU) Regent Heidi Ganahl, the state’s sole remaining statewide-elected Republican, has been busy lately.
A period of U.S. history in the 1950’s known as the “Lavender Scare,” when thousands of queer people in government positions were fired without due process, leading to the painful public outings of gay people and the suicides of former government workers, is comparable to being conservative in today’s America.
Medical professionals and Catholic leaders gathered in Denver last week for a conference on health care ethics that promoted anti-LGBTQ and anti-abortion extremism and echoed the Republican Party’s attacks against transgender youth.
Grand Junction voters decided today on who its next city council will be, as well as several ballot initiatives.
Food pantries in Colorado are preparing for a “long haul” of food insecurity across the state and the nation.
Below are comments in response to a quote excerpt from an article posted by the Colorado Times Recorder March 19 titled, “CO Republican Speaks Out Against Racially Biased Crime Following Atlanta Attack.”