A Colorado Catholic Church official is urging conservatives to run for local school board elections to fight critical race theory, LGBTQ+ inclusivity, and other issues that he said make schools a “warzone.”
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Last Friday, a coalition of nonprofit organizations worked together to deliver a truckload of firewood to Navajo elders in the Rock Point, Arizona, area. This was the fourth delivery in a series of similar actions over the past few weeks.
On Aug 23, the nomination period for Boulder City Council candidates came to a close. Ten candidates have officially filed their campaign with the Election Committee, with five council seats in play.
On Wednesday, Conservation Colorado, a progressive advocacy group focusing on environmental issues, released its 2021 Legislative Scorecard, which illuminates a partisan divide on votes on fourteen bills considered important by the organization and passed by the Colorado Legislature this year.
The Log Cabin Republicans of Colorado recently announced that Lady MAGA, a conservative drag artist, will perform at their 10th annual Summer BBQ later this month near Lakewood.
‘Time’s Up:’ At Rally, CO Care Workers Call on State to Convene a Wage Board To Review Industry Practices
Today, a rally was held in front of the office of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) to demand that the department convene a wage board to review safety practices and wages in the care worker industry.
Civil Rights Groups Urge CO Redistricting Commission to Allocate Inmates Based on Residency, Not Prison Location
On Monday, a coalition of Colorado-based civil rights organizations published a letter urging the Colorado Independent Redistricting Commissions to reallocate the prison population to their home communities, in order to prevent racial bias from contaminating the new maps for Colorado congressional and legislative districts.
Last Monday, Casa de Paz, an Aurora-based group that provides hospitality services to immigrants recently released from detention, issued a statement seeking volunteers to assist with their programs.
Last Friday morning, members of Service Employees International Union Local 105 (SEIU Local 105) representing nearly 2,500 Denver janitors finalized an agreement with city cleaning contractors for a new three-year contract.
Yesterday, Mental Health Colorado released its 2021 Legislative Report, detailing the bills it pushed for during the Colorado Legislature’s 2021 session.