Nicole Martin – an attorney representing Jack Phillips, the conservative Colorado baker embroiled in an ongoing constitutional battle over LGBTQ rights – was on the radio yesterday. Her cameo on Peter Boyle’s 710 KNUS show followed the lawsuit from Denver attorney Autumn Spardina, whom Phillips refused a cake representing her transgender identity.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will make an appearance in Colorado Springs later this month in support of Parents Challenge -- an organization promoting school choice. She has a close personal relationship with the organization's founder. Furthermore, there's deep uncertainty about what the ultimate outcome of a voucher system in the U.S. would be.
A trailer for "RUN" came out today, billing the independently-produced reality TV program featuring state Sen. Faith Winter (D-Denver) as a makeover show for the campaigns of female candidates.
Ninety-nine percent of federally-held land lies west of the Mississippi, but the Bureau of Land Management is still headquartered in D.C. As the country ponders the agency’s exodus from the capitol, Grand Junction has emerged as a prime candidate for its new headquarters.
This weekend, Colorado will kick off its race for the Senate in a Denver's Barnum Park. A late afternoon picnic will be followed by an early evening forum – both featuring a variety of candidates.
As the conversation around abortion has heated up across the country, Colorado has experienced some serious disagreement as well. Now, local radio host Dan Caplis wants his listeners to think up and fund a pro-life billboard campaign.
Last month, the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts Amherst released a comprehensive plan for a sustainable Colorado economy. The study's other main goal was to identify ways to preserve the well-being of the state's workforce.