Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters appeared on the Conservative Daily Podcast Monday to discuss the latest “Mesa County Forensic Examination and Analysis Report,” which she claimed provided evidence that the county’s Dominion Voting machines were unsecure and able to connect to the internet. The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel has reported that Mesa County officials have debunked the claims in the 146-page report.
Heidi Beedle is a former soldier, educator, activist, and animal welfare worker. She received a Bachelor’s in English from UCCS. She has worked as a freelance and staff writer for the Colorado Springs Independent covering LGBTQ issues, nuclear disasters, cattle mutilations, and social movements. She currently covers reproductive justice and politics for the Colorado Times Recorder.
On March 3, Colorado House Majority Leader Rep. Daneya Esgar (D-Pueblo), Rep. Meg Froelich (D-Greenwood Village), and Sen. Julie Gonzales (D-Denver) introduced the Reproductive Health Equity Act (RHEA), which would enshrine abortion access in Colorado law.
A host of Colorado political candidates spoke at a rally Thursday in support of the Colorado Freedom Convoy at Dirty Dogs Roadhouse in Golden.
The Women’s Health Protection Act, which would have protected abortion access and removed medically unnecessary restrictions on abortion, such as mandatory waiting periods, biased counseling, two-trip requirements, and mandatory ultrasounds, failed to pass the U.S. Senate after a 46-48 procedural vote on Feb. 28.
The Family Affirmation Act, legislation to simplify the adoption process for parents who conceived using an array of fertility technology and other assistance, passed the House by a vote of 53-11.
Flanked by the Gadsden flag and a patriotic balloon display, Rep. Dave Williams (R-Colorado Springs), Rep. Ron Hanks (R-Canon City), Todd Watkins, and Peter Lupia indulged in conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election, George Soros, and the Canadian Trucker Convoy during a candidate forum moderated by El Paso County GOP Chair Vickie Tonkins Friday night in Peyton, northeast of Colorado Springs.
Rep. Tim Geitner (R-Colorado Springs) announced in a Feb. 24 Facebook post that he would not be seeking election to House District 20 for a third term in the Colorado House of Representatives.
After concerns were raised during a Feb. 22 Lewis-Palmer School District 38 Board of Education meeting regarding an anti-transgender proclamation issued by Monument Academy, district leadership issued a statement condemning the proclamation.
Wednesday’s grueling twelve-hour meeting of the Colorado House’s Health and Insurance Committee ended with the defeat of three extreme anti-abortion bills.
A proclamation targeting transgender students and Colorado’s public accommodations and non-discrimination laws, approved by the board of Monument Academy drew criticism from parents, students, and staff members of the district during a Board of Education meeting yesterday.