We know many in Colorado, the first state to legalize recreational pot, love their ganja, so some might say it’s risky for one Republican to pay for an ad accusing “someone” at her GOP opponent’s “headquarters” of smoking too much pot — as voters may be drawn to the pot-smoking candidate’s campaign.
Earth Force, an environmental education group, is working to bring environmental consciousness to classrooms through three summer learning and collaboration programs offered to teachers.
In recognition of World Refugee Day, Governor Jared Polis applauded the efforts of the Colorado legislature in fostering a welcoming, safe environment for foreign refugees coming to the state and celebrated the state’s commitment to providing opportunities for refugees which ultimately benefit the entire state.
Citing Republican Senate candidate Joe Odea’s support for Roe v. Wade, Denver talk radio host Dan Caplis, who’s emphasized repeatedly over more than a decade that his opposition to abortion is his foundational political issue, said last week on air that he won’t vote for O’Dea in the June 28 primary.
Republicans are waging an all-out war on the rights and existence of transgender people this election cycle, and that battle is being carried into Colorado by legislators like state Representatives Mark Baisley (R-Roxborough Park) and Dave Williams (R-CO Springs), among others.
In the wake of this year’s passage of the Reproductive Health Equity Act (RHEA), which enshrines the right to an abortion in Colorado law, Colorado’s Catholic bishops released a letter asking lawmakers who voted “yes” on RHEA to refrain from receiving Communion until they confess their mortal sins.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell returns to the Rocky Mountains next week to headline an election fraud conspiracy event featuring not only Colorado GOP Secretary of State hopeful Tina Peters, but Big Lie conspiracists from all over the Western United States, including two other aspiring Secretary of State candidates.
GOP Sen. Hopeful O’Dea Said ‘Maybe They Should’ Raise the Age to Own an AR-15, But Now Says He Doesn’t Want More Gun Laws
Earlier this month Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Joe O’Dea said that senators should look at raising the minimum age for buying an AR-15-style gun, a semiautomatic rifle often used in mass shootings, from 18 to 21.
Earlier this week the average cost for a gallon of gas surpassed $5 for the first time in the U.S. and statements from oil and gas industry spokespeople and Republican politicians blamed environmental regulations for the spike in prices.
Phone calls to Colorado’s Safe2Tell program, which allows young people to anonymously make reports about the safety of other students or themselves decreased by 4% in May compared to April of 2022, prompting the director of the program to encourage youth to use the program in the months ahead.