A bill to provide diapers to families in need is moving through Colorado’s Senate, but it’s not getting the support you might expect from Republican lawmakers who routinely push legislation that they say is aimed at protecting babies.
Before we get too worked up about next year’s elections in Colorado, how about we talk about whether a Trump-loving Republican has any hope of winning statewide here at all in 2022.
“Our country was founded on life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,” said Todd Rogers, chair of the Pueblo County Republican Party. “Every single part of that has been attacked over the last year. This campaign is all about getting that back or at least stopping it.
A broad coalition of state and local elected officials and Colorado business groups on Tuesday unveiled a new legislative proposal that they hope will bring an end to a years-long quest to secure billions in new funding for roads and other transportation infrastructure.
During a radio appearance Saturday, CU Regent Heidi Ganahl opposed Joe Biden’s proposal to expand access to higher education for millions of Americans by offering tuition-free community college.
Colorado Republican Chair Kristi Burton Brown announced last week her plans for the party to partner with several candidate training groups to build the next generation of GOP leaders.
News broke last week that U.S. Catholic bishops are considering pressing President Joe Biden and other pro-choice Catholic politicians to not receive Communion due to their pro-choice stance.
“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.
“He used to work out at my gym. Dude is off his rockers.”
Five Colorado historians gathered for a (virtual) roundtable Wednesday night to discuss the sordid history of the Ku Klux Klan in Colorado and the History Colorado museum’s recent unveiling of the Klan’s Denver membership ledgers.