Denver Mattress has paid sick-leave wages to a delivery driver, who was initially denied sick leave when he contracted COVID-19 last month and then was allegedly encouraged to return to work sooner than the suggested two-week isolation period.
Longtime Denver lawyer and media pundit Craig Silverman has started a new podcast after departing from KNUS last year. His recent guests include Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, 9News’ Jeremy Jojola, attorney Scott Robinson, and former Denver DA Norm Early. The podcast, called the Craig Silverman Show” is available on all major podcast outlets. He says he’s willing to talk about things that “aren’t available on Denver Trump Radio,” like, he says, “Trump and Trumpism and how it endangers our country.”
Tomorrow is the three-year anniversary of perhaps the most famous thumb-down moment in American history.
In an appearance on The Steffan Tubbs show yesterday on 710 KNUS, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) avoided directly saying if he supported federal troops being deployed in Denver to address protests. Gardner maintained that he supported the police and was against violent protests but would only say that he would support a federal investigation if federal laws were broken.
Health care advocates sounded the alarm today about potential budget shortfalls for Colorado’s Medicaid program, the state-federal health insurance program for low-income residents.
Last week, before Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) issued a mask mandate, Otero County GOP Chair Stephanie Garbo posted a meme on her personal Facebook page comparing masks to police brutality.
As disability advocates in Colorado are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) on July 26, they warn that the ADA should not necessarily be used as an excuse to not wear a mask.
In an op-ed published last week, Colorado Christian University’s (CCU) Jeff Hunt compared abortion to slavery, joining anti-abortion activists nationwide who are attempting to tie abortion opposition to racial justice.