The top Republican in the Colorado House of Representatives worked to conceal his involvement with a political consulting firm from his colleagues in the legislature, according to hundreds of pages of never-before-published sworn testimony. The documents, which stem from Minority Leader Hugh McKean’s divorce proceedings in September 2020, include firsthand testimony from McKean regarding his work with a number of Republican candidates, including at least one primary within his own caucus, his rationale for attempting to keep this work out of the public record for ethical reasons, and the outline of a campaign finance scheme which may violate Colorado law.
‘Horse’ Protests CO Bill Promoting the Veterinary Drug Ivermectin for COVID: ‘Hooves Off My Horse Paste’
This afternoon at the Colorado Capitol, a few hours before Colorado lawmakers were set to discuss a controversial GOP-backed measure that would clear a legal pathway for doctors to write off-label prescriptions for unproven COVID-19 treatments, including for ivermectin – an anti-parasitic medication primarily used in animals and livestock – an activist from ProgressNow Colorado, who dressed as a horse, turned heads as he stood on the Grand Staircase, carrying signs that read, “Ivermectin is for horses” and “Hooves off my horse paste.”
GOP Bill Promotes the Use of Ivermectin, a Veterinary Medicine, and Other Unproven COVID Treatments in CO
Luck Amid reports of some of the lowest COVID-19 case counts in Colorado since the pandemic began – a strong sign that existing COVID protocols such as vaccines are working – state Rep. Stephanie Luck (R-Penrose) is attempting to resurrect a failed bill that seeks to legitimize dangerous and unproven treatments for the illness.
In yet another blow to Republicans who have waged war against COVID-19-related safety measures, Colorado House Democrats have voted down a bill that would have exempted employees with “naturally acquired immunity” from their employers’ COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandates.
A comprehensive sexuality education bill, aimed at requiring public schools to offer a comprehensive human sexuality education curriculum, passed in a House Committee hearing yesterday.
Grady Nouis, the Republican candidate for an Arvada area statehouse seat in the Colorado legislature, talks a lot about crime. He’s primarily concerned that so-called “sanctuary cities” endanger residents, because undocumented immigrants who may live in these cities commit crimes, particularly drug crimes.