In Washington D.C., Joe Biden’s American Jobs Plan is being labeled as needless spending by Republicans, who also dislike the corporate tax hikes. Progressives are worried that key climate provisions of the plan will be lost due to the Democrats’ slim majority in both chambers. Colorado’s congressional delegation is similarly divided.
Sean Price is a writer for the Colorado Times Recorder based in Denver, Colorado. He studied political science and journalism at Gonzaga University. Reach him by email at [email protected]
As Colorado’s 2021 legislative session wound down over the last few weeks, two bills stood out as a mark of bipartisanship and collaboration during a session often marked by ideological conflicts.
Across Colorado towns and counties are passing resolutions supporting President Joe Biden’s executive order to indefinitely pause new oil and gas leases on federal public lands.
University of Colorado (CU) Regent At-Large Heidi Ganahl is ducking questions about whether she will seek re-election to the CU Board of Regents in 2022.
Last week U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) hinted at her future goals during an interview with Newsmax TV.
Last week two bills, each with the goal of protecting immigrant rights, passed through their respective chambers in the Colorado legislature. This is the second of two brief summaries of what each piece of legislation hopes to accomplish. The first can be found here.
Last week two bills, each with the goal of protecting immigrant rights, passed through their respective chambers in the Colorado legislature. This is the first of two brief summaries of what each piece of legislation hopes to accomplish. The second can be found here.
A former Colorado Amazon employee filed a complaint to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) last week alleging that the company fired her because she raised concerns over Amazon’s COVID-19 workplace health and safety standards.
“Would you vote to expand the [U.S. Supreme] Court?” KHOW radio host Ross Kaminsky asked U.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper (D-CO) directly last month.
State Senator Jerry Sonnenberg (R-Sterling) explained why he opposed gun bills Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed into law Monday while admitting he often does not know where his own guns are.