Across Colorado towns and counties are passing resolutions supporting President Joe Biden’s executive order to indefinitely pause new oil and gas leases on federal public lands.
“I Can’t Really Speak to Them,” Says Coffman, Admitting He Didn’t Stay at Aurora Homeless Encampments
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman says you should believe him when it comes to homelessness because he spent a week on the streets last year, as seen in a local TV story.
On June 1, Colorado officially submitted its revised plan for the management of hemp production to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). This newest iteration of the plan was built around USDA’s Final Rule (FR), published in January of this year, which concerns the regulations the USDA will use to approve plans for domestic hemp production by states and Indian Tribes.
Former U.S. Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) signed a document last November that barred his successor, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), from accessing Content Management System (CMS) data, but his former district director is refuting the congresswoman’s claims that constituent casework was affected by this decision.
It was the second week of February in 1994. I was in my freshman year of college, and most of my closest friends worked at the theatre in Tamarac Square in Southeast Denver. Tombstone was still running, and just a week prior, Schindler’s List was released. I popped in to meet a buddy who was finishing his shift. What I saw when I walked through the door stopped me cold in my tracks.
Calling It ‘Discrimination,’ GOP Lawmakers Try To Stop CO Hospitals & Others from Requiring Staff To Get COVID Vaccinations
State Rep. Kim Ransom (R-Littleton) is taking a stand against discrimination–discrimination against those who refuse to get the COVID jab, that is.
With the statewide mask requirement long gone and warm weather finally here to stay, Jon Caldara decided it was time to throw a mask-burning party. 40 or so like-minded people answered his call to gather in the Independence Institute parking lot late Thursday afternoon in downtown Denver for drinks, snacks and a chance to make none other than Governor Polis’ wish come true.
McDonald’s workers in 15 U.S. cities recently staged a weeklong strike demanding a $15 hourly wage for every McDonald’s worker. McDonald’s resisted, pledging only to raise average wages to $13 an hour.