Democratic senators introduced the Justice in Policing Act of 2020 this week, aiming to improve national police training, accountability, and transparency.
Colorado senator Michael Bennet and 20 other senators sent a letter urging the military not to deploy troops against the George Floyd protests.
Sen. Cory Gardner continues to claim credit for obtaining 100 ventilators for Colorado, despite the federal government having blocked a state deal for 500 machines.
In Denver Appearance, Trump Defender Ken Starr Calls for Larger Role for Christian Faith in Universities
On Friday, Trump surrogate and Clinton investigator Judge Ken Starr spoke at Colorado Christian University in Lakewood.
While President Trump is claiming that Republicans provide glittering boom times and Democrats deliver economic disaster, Colorado and other blue states top the list of states with the lowest rates of delinquent mortgage loans, which is a key measure of economic well being.
The Proud Boys, which has been designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SLPC), continued its string of appearances at Republican events in Colorado today by joining thousands of Trump backers at a rally in Colorado Springs.
Republican Who’s Allegedly Responsible for Racist Tactics at Trump Rallies Comes to Colo in Advance of Trump’s Colo Rally Thurs
President Trump comes to Colorado Thursday for a rally along with Colorado GOP Sen. Cory Gardner. Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, is in Aurora for a “Keep America Great” rally tomorrow.
You may have heard about the Trump administration’s latest attack on very poor Americans: a punitive new restriction that will cut SNAP benefits for 688,000 people. SNAP, formerly known as food stamps, is our country’s most popular and effective nutrition assistance program.
Trump Boasts of Booming Jobs Creation, But Thousands of Coloradans Have Lost Their Jobs Since He Took Office
Republican President Donald Trump has trumpeted his purported success in U.S. jobs creation, touting the unemployment rate falling to a 3.5 percent half-century low as the economy created 136,000 jobs last month.