Why did a highly publicized effort to recall four board of education members in Douglas County come to a halt last night?
Hick Criticized for Being Only CO Dem in Congress Who’s Not Sponsoring Bill to Raise Minimum Wage to $15
Although a $15 minimum wage provision of the COVID stimulus bill was tossed aside in the U.S. Senate Thursday, union organizations in Colorado aren’t giving up hope.
Right-wing activist Sherronna Bishop was U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) campaign manager when she ousted then-Congressman Scott Tipton in Colorado’s Republican primary in June.
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) actually deserves much more than the $22,260 she had initially paid herself for miles-driven during her successful election campaign, says her former campaign manager.
A controversial school board recall effort in Douglas County, Colorado, could set the stage for a covert political battle.
Yesterday morning, about 30 janitors across Denver called on Commercial Cleaning Services (CCS), the largest employer of janitors in Colorado, to stop reducing their work hours at a time when cleaning requires more time due to stringent COVID-19 cleaning protocols.
Former Mesa County GOP Second Vice-Chair Mark McCallister has submitted signatures to be a candidate in the April 6 Grand Junction City Council race.
Below are comments in response to the Colorado Times Recorder’s article last weekend titled, “Denver’s Archbishop Says Abortion ‘Isn’t Political’ Then Condemns Biden & Pelosi for Being Pro-Choice.”
Denver’s Archbishop Says Abortion “Isn’t Political” Then Condemns Biden & Pelosi for Being Pro-Choice
This morning, the Denver Archdiocese held a “Respect Life Mass” at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception to “remember the anniversary of Roe v. Wade” and condemn abortion and end-of-life euthanasia.
Vaccine Taskforce Confronts Mistrust Born From Racism and Abuse as It Helps Marginalized Groups Get Access
In Denver County, only 0.4% of the population is Native American. And yet, Native Americans in Denver make up three times that percentage in COVID deaths in the city, and six times more in cases. Latinx people in Colorado are about three times more likely to contract COVID than white people.