During a congressional hearing yesterday, Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) defended a Trump nominee who once wrote that Islam is a “deficient theology.”
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill Monday that will make it easier for women to access birth control.
Colorado reproductive rights advocates speak out against Trump’s leaked plan to deny contraceptive coverage
The Colorado Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Coalition spoke out Wednesday after yet another leak from the White House exposed an attempt to strip women of contraceptive coverage.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage, now a person of interest in Russia probe, will make a Colorado appearance
Nigel Farage, the former head of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) who led the charge for Brexit, is scheduled to speak in Colorado this month.
A Republican who ran for U.S. Senate last year in Colorado stated on Facebook this week that “The whole Trump colluded with Russia line is BS.”
Gardner maintains that Obamacare must be replaced, but offers no specifics on how to stop millions from losing insurance
In what appear to be his first public comments on the Congressional Budget Office’s estimate that 23 million Americans would lose health insurance under the House Republicans’ bill to replace Obamacare, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) expressed no alarm over the finding, maintaining instead that Obamacare must be replaced and that “shortcomings” in the House bill will be taken care of.
In a radio appearance this morning, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) compared the opposition to Trump’s proposed budget to challenges faced by “every president’s budget.”
The Chaffee County, Colorado, Republicans posted a meme on their Facebook page this week featuring a photo of President Donald with the text, “TRUMP, the man that gave up his billionaire lifestyle to be humiliated and ridiculed and slandered in order to save the American people.”
In an unusual development on the gubernatorial campaign trail last week, a Republican candidate has criticized a likely opponent for “politicizing” Colorado’s public pension program.
At his town halls, laments Congressman Buck, it’s “just very difficult” to get the message out about all “good things” happening in Washington
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) said on a Denver radio show Friday that it was “premature” for the Trump Administration to appoint a special counsel to investigate Russian interference in the last election–and that it’s “just very difficult” at his town halls to get his positive message out “about the good things that are going on” in Washington.