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Former patients at UCHealth have filed a class-action lawsuit against Credit Services Company, Inc. (CSC), which collects medical debt from patients of healthcare providers like UCHealth.
More than 2,900 U.S. health care workers have died in the COVID-19 pandemic since March, a far higher number than that reported by the government, according to a new analysis by KHN and The Guardian.
Congresswoman-elect Lauren Boebert says with a giggle that the Second Amendment “has nothing to do with hunting, unless you’re talking about hunting tyrants, maybe.” Boebert expressed this opinion in an interview with Breitbart News at Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit held in Florida last week.
University of Colorado (CU) Regent At-Large Heidi Ganahl, a Republican, says higher education is experiencing a “turning point” as the pandemic rages on.
Rep. Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock) mischaracterized a Colorado Department of Public Health (CDPHE) graph showing reported and estimated COVID cases, a CDPHE spokesperson confirmed.
Excessive use of force. Inadequate record keeping. Hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on so-called “less lethal” munitions, some of which officers were not properly trained to use.
Food banks across the city are working hard to provide food for record numbers of people suffering from the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Pantries have adapted their operations to reduce in-person contact and increase sanitation procedures, while also meeting increased demand.
Colorado State Reps. Kevin Van Winkle (R-Highlands Ranch) and Dave Williams (R-Colorado Springs) are promoting a petition, called StandingForTrump.com, charging that the “deep state,” establishment media, and political insiders are ignoring evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
“Governors make rules, but we make the law,” is what Colorado state Sen. Ray Scott (R-Grand Junction) told a waiter at a Village Inn in Mesa County after being warned that if he didn’t wear a mask inside the establishment, he would be asked to leave.