Police arrested a handful of climate justice protesters today for blocking traffic on Speer Blvd, after a small but determined demonstration in Denver’s Sunken Gardens Park.
The University of Colorado Denver’s School of Public Affairs will host a First Friday Breakfast October 4 to discuss Colorado’s advancements in energy, particularly renewable energy.
An investigative report released Tuesday by the ACLU of Colorado reveals a pattern of abuse and neglect at the GEO immigrant detention facility in Aurora that in some cases led to the deaths of detainees.
Protesters swamped the Plaza in front of Denver’s Union Station today, in their kickoff event for a week of events (Sept. 21-29) as part of the Global Climate Strike & Week of Actions.
In a sign of the growing recognition of the need to address the role social media and technology play in fueling mass shootings, the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee held a hearing with representatives from major tech firms to probe what the government could do.
FACT CHECK: Judging From His Votes, Gardner Is Against Protecting People With Pre-Existing Conditions
In a recent radio interview, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) complained that his opponents are going to lie about him by claiming he’s against guaranteeing insurance coverage for people with pre-existing conditions when, in fact, he supports such coverage.
A new study by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the University of California San Francisco suggests that climate change events, like Colorado wildfires, bear an even bigger cost than previously considered.
Poll: Coloradans Less Likely to Vote for Gardner if He Supports Gagging Clinics From Discussing Abortion
New polling from Hart Research Associates shows that Colorado voters are less likely to support U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) if he doesn’t push back against the Trump Administration’s recent changes to the Title X family planning program, known as the Title X gag rule.
After four attempted (and failed) recalls of Colorado Democratic state legislators, a premature resignation during a recall campaign, and a sixth signature gathering effort underway, Sen. Jack Tate (R-Centennial) has rolled out legislation that would prevent recalls from being abused–and most of his fellow Republicans are not happy.
Asked this week by a conservative radio host about the impeachment of Trump, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) said the president has done nothing wrong except “trigger the sensibilities of a bunch of very soft people.”