An upcoming webinar will help elucidate Colorado’s sunshine laws for those wishing to learn more about their right to access public records and attend open meetings.
Earlier this year, former Rep. Tom Tancredo told KNUS 710-AM’s Peter Boyles the story of how Republican House Speaker Dennis Hastert made it clear to fellow Republican Rep. Joel Hefly, during the 2003 House debate on Medicare Part D, that Hefley would lose his chairmanship of a subcomittee if he didn’t vote for the measure. Both Hefley and Tancredo represented Colorado districts at the time.
After once calling Donald Trump a “fraud,” and then remaining silent on the GOP presidential nominee for months, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck has now thrown his endorsment to the celebrity mogul.
Denver Congresswoman Diana DeGette joined pro-choice leaders yesterday in an “informational telephone town hall” about, among other things, a proposed federal law that would allow federal funds to pay for abortions.
I’ve been trying to convince journalists to find out why state senate candidate Nancy Doty thinks Sarah Palin gave a “Spot on” speech in Denver, in which the former Alaska governor raved about Donald Trump. (Here’s a funny video to emphasize the point.)
At this point, nothing about Tom Tancredo should surprise me, but my jaw bounced off the floor when he said Saturday he’d vote for state Sen. Morgan Carroll over U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman.
Coloradso Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne hiked Boulder County’s Sawhill Ponts Trail Saturday with State Rep. Faith Winter, Lafayette Mayor Christine Berg, and over a dozen members of Colorado Mom’s Know Best, a group aiming to spotlight the connection between clean air and children’s health.
The state’s leading advocacy organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Coloradans and their families, will honor allies Saturday beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Four Seasons in Denver.
Denver television fixture Aaron Harber will again produce an extensive series of TV interview shows, called Your Decision 2016, focusing on Colorado election races, ballot initiatives, and related issues beginning no later than Sept. 25 and ending Nov. 6.