The COVID-19 pandemic may be responsible for changing opinions on vaccination requirements among some Coloradans, especially women and unaffiliated voters 50 and over.
Colorado State Rep. Rod Pelton (R-Cheyenne Wells) told a radio host Monday that he plans to push the Colorado legislature to “really look at some of those powers” used by Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) recently to battle COVID-19 and “start to roll some of that back.”
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) isn’t wearing masks on airplanes, but he’s suggested people might start wearing masks to work soon. And he wore one recently at a food drive. What gives?
With financial fears, healthcare concerns, and rumors spreading across the state and the nation, U.S. Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) held a telephone town hall to answer constituents’ questions and provide up-to-date information.
This afternoon, Colorado state Senators Rachel Zenzinger (D-Arvada) and Jeff Bridges (D-Greenwood Village) held telephone town halls to discuss updated information about COVID-19, as well as to answer constituents’ questions.
As the COVID-19 epidemic worsens, Laura Packard, a Colorado health care activist and cancer survivor, joined Speaker of the U.S. House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and others on a press call this morning in honor of the ten-year anniversary of Obamacare being signed into law by President Barack Obama.
At a town hall meeting in Littleton last night, U.S. Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) faced repeated questions about difficulties in accessing healthcare, rising tuition and student loan interest, veterans’ and women’s rights, and restoring people’s faith in democracy.
Human sexuality was a hot topic yesterday in the Colorado Legislature, with the Senate Committee on State, Veterans, and Military Affairs voting down a bill that would have required schools to notify parents electronically and via a written note before sex-ed is taught to their children.
Monday night, the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado kicked off its series of events, called Together in This, with a panel of faith leaders who discussed political and ideological conflicts within their respective religious communities–and presented ideas for moving forward in a more cohesive direction.