From bureaucracy to physical violence, queer individuals face unique challenges that require ongoing solutions. Governor Jared Polis signed four bills into law yesterday in Colorado that will make the lives of LGBTQ+ people in Colorado a little bit easier.
Larimer County, Colorado, Sheriff Justin Smith would continue to evict tenants during the pandemic, despite a mandate by Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) not to do so, if a judge orders Smith to conduct evictions.
This afternoon, Colorado state Senators Rachel Zenzinger (D-Arvada) and Jeff Bridges (D-Greenwood Village) held telephone town halls to discuss updated information about COVID-19, as well as to answer constituents’ questions.
Here was The Denver Post headline about the campaign to recall Colo Senate President Leroy Garcia (D-Pueblo) last Tuesday: “Effort to recall Colorado Senate president on track as deadline nears, organizer says“
The campaign for Yes on Proposition CC officially kicked off this morning at Metropolitan State University, in Denver.
The Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) expects Colorado’s clean energy industry of over 65,000 workers to expand by as much as nine percent this year, up from the four percent growth of last year. Over half of this workforce constitutes energy efficiency jobs alone.
Colorado State University’s Salazar Center will come to Denver September 24 to host an international symposium on North American landscape conservation.
Liberty Common School says it doesn’t want to teach its students sex ed at all, but sex-related topics are regularly discussed by students in science, literature, and other classes.
Earlier today, Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) announced via a video on Twitter that the Bureau of Land Management will be moving its headquarters to Grand Junction.