Rep. Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock) mischaracterized a Colorado Department of Public Health (CDPHE) graph showing reported and estimated COVID cases, a CDPHE spokesperson confirmed.
Excessive use of force. Inadequate record keeping. Hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on so-called “less lethal” munitions, some of which officers were not properly trained to use.
Food banks across the city are working hard to provide food for record numbers of people suffering from the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Pantries have adapted their operations to reduce in-person contact and increase sanitation procedures, while also meeting increased demand.
For the past four years, immigrants across the nation, including my family, held our collective breath as Donald Trump pursued a hateful agenda designed to separate us from our homes and communities. After a long and tumultuous campaign cycle, millions of American immigrants exhaled as Joe Biden was elected the 46th President of the United States.
Colorado State Reps. Kevin Van Winkle (R-Highlands Ranch) and Dave Williams (R-Colorado Springs) are promoting a petition, called StandingForTrump.com, charging that the “deep state,” establishment media, and political insiders are ignoring evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
“Governors make rules, but we make the law,” is what Colorado state Sen. Ray Scott (R-Grand Junction) told a waiter at a Village Inn in Mesa County after being warned that if he didn’t wear a mask inside the establishment, he would be asked to leave.
Unwilling to accept that their fellow voters chose Joe Biden over President Trump, hundreds of conservative evangelicals gathered in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 12 to insist without proof that voter fraud turned the election.
Saying the pandemic has highlighted the need for a unified staff voice, a group of UCHealth employees announced Tuesday that they’re forming a union in order to advocate for workers’ rights and ensure quality patient care.