Laura Chapin — an abortion advocate and seasoned veteran of the reproductive justice world with a deep understanding of progressive politics and Colorado’s political arena — spoke with the Colorado Times Recorder about the state of reproductive rights in Colorado.
Mothers Are Microdosing Psychedelic Mushrooms To Treat Postpartum Depression and More; Lucy Is One of Them
After the birth of her second child in 2021, Lucy’s husband emailed a family pediatrician because he knew something wasn’t right.
Hickenlooper Celebrates Small Business Administration’s 70th Birthday; Local Business Owners Honored
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) celebrated its 70th anniversary Tuesday with help from Sen. John Hickenlooper (D-CO), Colorado business owners, and several SBA employees and executives.
Former visiting scholar at the University of Colorado’s Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization John Eastman hit the national media spotlight again yesterday when it was revealed that he’s a “co-conspirator” in the Justice Department’s indictment of former President Donald Trump. Eastman began working as a Trump lawyer when he was at CU from 2020 to 2021. Later, he became active in the Colorado Republican Party, most recently being hired — with KNUS radio host Randy Corporon — by the Republican Party to file a lawsuit aiming to boot unaffiliated voters from participating in the Republican primary election in Colorado.
With former President Donald Trump facing an indictment related to efforts to overturn 2020 presidential election, here’s a look back on some of the Colorado Times Recorder’s coverage of notable Colorado conservatives who have promoted accusations of election fraud and conspiracies.
During a July 8 interview with KNUS radio host Peter Boyles, former Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo discussed his recovery from a series of back-to-back, life-threatening ailments.
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) criticized Adam Frisch, her Democratic opponent, running for her seat for the second time, and attacked Melvin and Hope, Frisch’s father and sister, for their history as OB-GYNs.
42 States Are More Affordable to Live in Than Colorado; Decent Housing More Challenging to Find, Study Shows
In a recently released study, Colorado was ranked the eighth least affordable state to live in, further complicating low-income workers’ access to affordable housing.
Daniel, an unhoused military veteran, received several commemorative gifts to thank him for his service in a small but intimate ceremony yesterday at a shelter for terminally ill unhoused people.
Immigrant Rights Group Celebrates Polis’ Signing of Bill Ending Agreement Between Local Sheriffs and Federal Immigration Authorities
Governor Jared Polis signed a bill ending an Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGSA) between Colorado sheriff’s departments and U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on June 6, 2023.