As Disney learned, supporting statehouse extremists will come back to haunt you. Consumers must teach more businesses that lesson — and fast.
Extremism is Bad for Business
Cartoon: Jack Smith In A Box
DAVIS: The Small Colorado Town at the Center of Far-Right Plans for American Schools
Twenty miles northwest of Colorado Springs, nestled amongst the conifers behind the first upslopes of the Front Range, the vanguard of a shadowy, well-funded national movement has taken over a school district. Now, the district is being used as a base of operations from which to open a new front in the right wing’s decades-old war on public education.
Larry Mizel and Pete Coors to Co-Host Exclusive Brown Palace Fundraiser for Boebert Tomorrow
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Rep. Harriet Hageman (R-WY) are holding a joint fundraiser this Friday at 12:30 p.m. at the Brown Palace in Denver.
The Only Journalist Featured at Conservative Conference Is an Editor at a Newspaper Owned by GOP Donor Phil Anschutz
Why is Colorado Politics Editor Luige del Puerto the only journalist featured at a giant gathering of conservatives in Denver?
Lamborn, Boebert Propose ‘Equal Protection’ for Fetuses
U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) introduced House Resolution 464, “Acknowledging that unborn children are legal and constitutional persons who are entitled to the equal protection of the laws,” on Monday. The 20 co-sponsors include Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), among others.
Did The Denver Gazette’s Endorsement of Mayoral Finalist Brough Backfire?
When Phil Anschutz’s media company decided to add a Denver version of its Gazette newspaper, it presumably did so, at least in part, assuming that the added endorsement capacity would help its preferred candidates.
Stakeholders Weigh In on Abortion Pill Reversal
The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) heard from stakeholders yesterday as part of the legislative implementation process for recently passed Senate Bill 190, which targets “deceptive trade practices” of anti-abortion centers, particularly their marketing of abortion pill reversal, a practice the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists argues is “not supported by science.”
New Laws Expand Youth Mentorship and Education Programs
Polis Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed two bills today supporting youth mentorship prgrams and education.
Checking In On “Irresponsible” Oil & Gas Companies: State Holding Some Accountable, Activists Say There’s More To Be Done
It’s been over a year since Colorado passed rules intended to hold oil & gas operators accountable for plugging their wells once they’re finished with them.