Last Friday, a coalition of nonprofit organizations worked together to deliver a truckload of firewood to Navajo elders in the Rock Point, Arizona, area. This was the fourth delivery in a series of similar actions over the past few weeks.
For abortion advocates in Colorado, confronting a situation in which the U.S. Supreme Court shuts down access to abortion in conservative states, requiring Colorado to take in huge waves of patients, has been a matter of when, not if.
Eli Bremer, a Colorado Springs Republican hoping to oust incumbent U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) in 2022, is going to face difficulties during his campaign because of his connections to Donald Trump, according to political experts.
Grassroots activist leaders in the Colorado Republican Party have new hope in overcoming legal and financial barriers in their 5-year quest to withdraw from open primaries in Colorado, with an apparent offer of discounted legal representation in challenging the constitutionality of Proposition 108, a state law instituted by voters in 2016 that regulates how parties can choose their nominees for state elected office.
For nearly two hours last night, Fremont County Clerk & Recorder Justin Grantham patiently explained the election process to a packed house of around 90 constituents.
Editor’s note: This article was originally published in March after a Colorado Republican lawmaker introduced a bill that would have required abortion providers to interrogate patients and collect deeply personal information about them to be compiled in a public report. We’re republishing it now in light of Texas’ Senate Bill 8 going into effect, which deputizes private citizens to enforce a ban on abortion, effectively creating an abortion surveillance state. Now, the notion of a public registrar with personal details about the lives of abortion seekers takes on new meaning as private citizens are incentivized to sue anyone who provides or aids and abets an abortion in Texas.
By Jakob Rodgers, Kaiser Health News
Editor’s Note: This piece is part of a series where Colorado Times Recorder contributor Gregory Hill asks readers to email him their concerns about the Biden administration in order to engage in meaningful conversation. Read the first “Conversation About Socialism” here and read part 2 here.
CO Radio Host Recovers from COVID, Brags About Being Opinionated, But Still Won’t Say Whether People Should Get Vaccinated
A Colorado talk radio host whose show introduces him as a “newsman, now with an opinion,” is refusing to offer his opinion on whether his conservative listeners should get a COVID vaccination, despite his landing in the hospital himself this year and after contracting COVID.