Rocktober is here! The Colorado Rockies began their battle with the Milwaukee Brewers last night, having earned themselves a playoff series appearance for the first time since 2009. And thanks to this season’s success occurring in an election year, there are naturally plenty of politicians looking to highlight their support to share in the team’s glory.
Two recently released studies show that expanding Medicaid, the government health insurance program for low-income people, had a bigger impact on Colorado than any other state, and that voters in the state widely support the program.
Colorado’s Republican candidate for governor won’t say if he’d sign legislation making abortions illegal or harder to get in Colorado.
HOMOPHOBIA WATCH ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Radio Host Says “Gay Mafia” Is One Of Polis’ Weapons In Governor’s Race
Why do some conservatives think it’s okay to say Colorado’s Democratic candidate for governor, Jared Polis, is backed by the “gay mafia?”
Writers love to add stuff after they’re done writing something, but usually they tweak rather than blow up their work with a completely new idea.
Trump’s Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, whose department manages America’s national parks and other lands, met with Colorado Senate Republicans today, prompting Colorado Senate President Kevin Grantham (R-Canon City) to send a tweet stating that Zinke is doing a “great job.”
UPDATE: The Jefferson County Republican Party has deleted the post, though officials still have yet to comment.
HOMOPHOBIA WATCH ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Conservative Talker Is Pretty Sure Polis Is Part Of “Gay Mafia” And More…
The Colorado Times Recorder will not allow homophobic attacks, implied or direct, on Democratic candidate for governor Jared Polis to fester and spread in the conservative underworld or anywhere.
UPDATE: As of late evening on July 2 the post has been deleted. The Huerfano GOP has still not replied to inquiries.
The Bell Policy Center is calling on Colorado’s Republican and Democratic candidates for governor to address the outdated threshold for salaried workers to qualify for overtime pay.