A recent poll conducted by the ACLU reveals that a majority of Coloradans from diverse backgrounds support the reduction of the prison population.
Isabel Lanzetta is a CTR intern and a recent graduate of Colorado College. She is excited to use her creative expertise to craft engaging and informative articles. Her experience includes written and visual storytelling, metalwork, and movement as an interdisciplinary artist. Lanzetta's poetry has been published in the Oakland Arts Review, The Leviathan, Curios Magazine, and Convergence: Young Authors of Arizona, among others. Her prose has appeared in the Oakland Arts Review and New Reader Magazine.
Brief: Polis Announces Increase in Minimum Wage Effective in the New Year
On Tuesday, Gov. Jared Polis announced that Colorado’s minimum wage will increase from $12.56 per hour to $13.65 beginning January 1.
Election Conspiracist Endorses Colorado Congressional Candidate Kirkmeyer￼
U.S. Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL), a notorious election conspiracist, has endorsed fellow Republican Barbara Kirkmeyer, who’s running to represent Colorado’s newest congressional district.
With Some in Her Party Rebelling, Republican Leader Encourages GOP Voters to Cast Ballots Along Party Lines
In a radio interview this month, Priscilla Rahn, vice chair of the Colorado Republican Party, urged GOP voters to cast their ballots along party lines, regardless of whether they share candidates’ values and positions.