A group of about 150 Mesa County residents cheered as Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert walked up the steps of the old Mesa County Courthouse in Grand Junction, where the group Stand For The Constitution (SFTC) hosted a July 4 “freedom rally” immediately following Grand Junction’s Independence Day parade.
by Katheryn Houghton, Kaiser Health News
By Markian Hawryluk, Kaiser Health News
Colorado Sens. Michael Bennet (D-CO) and John Hickenlooper (D-CO) are calling for an end to legal discrimination against LGBTQ+ members at a federal level. But after the House passed the Equality Act earlier this year, its future in the Senate remains uncertain at best.
The academic concept of Critical Race Theory (CRT), the Republican Party’s latest boogeyman, is drawing angry conservatives, apparently including members of far-right militias, to school board meetings across Colorado.
As a reporter covering conservative politics, misinformation and conspiracy theories, I’m used to upsetting readers. Angry tweets and comments questioning my motives and talent are pretty standard, especially when I’m disputing a popular conspiracy theory.
Some of Colorado’s most right-wing talk radio hosts, who regularly promote views that drive Colorado voters away from the Republican Party, are rejoicing over the willingness of Colorado Republican leaders to appear on their shows again — after past GOP leaders rejected interview requests from the toxic radio yappers.
In a press release Tuesday, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold said that Colorado’s Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) system has been a resounding success.