After Chance Hill, who sits on the University of Colorado’s governing board, wrote a Facebook post that contains multiple clauses taken verbatim from the writing of pundit George Will, a University of Colorado professor thinks Hill is “now very well placed” to take part in a public discussion of how to “face up to our missteps when we confuse the boundaries of intellectual property.”
On Friday, activists gathered in front of an Aurora facility holding ICE detainees after two confirmed COVID infections there.
An eighth worker died at the JBS meatpacking facility in Greeley this weekend, raising questions about worker safety there.
Westish, a Denver-centric news satire site, has garnered tons of publicity and an impressive following in its first two weeks of publication.
On Thursday, state politicians and local activists attended a virtual presser promoting increased income tax credits for CO's working poor.
On Saturday, two state representatives from Arapahoe County held a town hall with state Treasurer Dave Young on the state's COVID response.
On Thursday, two local unions hosted an event encouraging Coloradans to call the office of Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO).
On Monday morning, Democratic representatives for Lakewood held a virtual town hall on the state's COVID-19 response and budget concerns.
A rally against social distancing scheduled for Saturday afternoon in an Arvada park was cancelled without explanation.
On Saturday morning, state and local officials held a virtual town hall discussing, among other things, Colorado's impending buget crisis.