U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) opponent in the November election issued a press release last week detailing what he views as gross negligence from Lauren Boebert during her tenure serving in the House of Representatives.
Boulder GOP Statehouse Candidate Participated in Jan 6 Insurrection, Believes There Was Election Fraud.
Republican Katie Lehr, who is running to represent the Northern Front Range foothills at the Colorado statehouse, says she was one of the first people in attendance to the insurrection. She defends those also in attendance, despite admitting there were people prepared for an altercation with law enforcement.
BRIEF: Former Colorado District Attorney Justifies Voting for Trump to Stop ‘Chicoms’ and Immigrants
During a segment of his KNUS radio show Tuesday, former district attorney George Brauchler defended his choice to vote for former president Donald Trump, in both the 2016 and 2020 elections, on the grounds that Trump would protect the U.S from ‘Chicoms’, a slang term for Chinese Communists, and from immigrants seeking citizenship in the United States.
Director of Christian University Think-Tank Publishes Petition Opposing Federal Protections for Same-Sex and Interracial Marriage
One day after the U.S. House passed the Respect for Marriage Act (H.R. 8404) on July 19 with support from 47 Republican federal lawmakers, Jeff Hunt,, the director of Colorado Christian University’s Centennial Institute and chairman of the Western Conservative Summit, announced on a local talk radio show the launching of a petition effort to pressure Colorado’s two U.S. Senators to vote against the bill which seeks to codify federal protections for same-sex and interracial marriages.
Colorado voters will decide this November whether physicians in the state will be allowed to prescribe psychedelic medicines for treating certain mental health conditions in qualifying patients, following a formal review and the recent approval of a proposed ballot measure by the Colorado Secretary of State’s Elections Division.
Yesterday morning, the US House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce, chaired by US Representative Diana DeGette (D-CO), heard six testimonies from key-witnesses on the US Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson and its implications for the future of reproductive health care in the United States.
The Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA) is a state wide coalition that includes over one-hundred members. In less than a month since the landmark Supreme Court Case, Roe V. Wade’s overturn, CCASA has begun to plan for support of reproductive rights legislation in Colorado.
Following Colorado Governor Jared Polis’ issuance of an executive order expanding the powers of the Reproductive Health Equity Act (RHEA) earlier this month in response to the landmark overturning of Roe v. Wade, local radio host Dan Caplis criticized the move, suggesting that it undermines cooperative interdiction of all types of criminals among states.
How CO Republicans Have Pushed Their Anti-Abortion Agenda — Both Before and After Roe Was Overturned
In the wake of Colorado’s primary elections last week and the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and return abortion laws to state authority, Republicans and conservatives continue to push anti-abortion policy via legislation, ballot initiatives, campaign rhetoric, and leadership elections. Despite recent failures in enacting their agenda and a demonstrated lack of support from the state’s voters, the Colorado GOP is undeterred.
Organizers turned in petition signatures Monday in an effort to put an initiative on the state’s ballots this November which would allow doctors to prescribe some psychedelic medicines to patients suffering depression and PTSD.