Meet Colorado weed tourist, Indiana State Representative Jim Lucas. He wasn’t here for fun, this was research. In an interview with TV station WTHR, the Republican lawmaker shared details of his five-day learning tour of Colorado’s marijuana industry. And as the Indianapolis news anchors breathlessly reported, yes, he did sample the products personally.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions will headline the Western Conservative Summit, an annual right-leaning gathering in Denver, with a speech June 8.
Calling Sessions a “good man,” Gardner now waiting to see if Trump Administration will try to snuff out legalized pot in Colorado
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) is continuing to soften his threat to block Justice Department nominees if U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions won’t reverse his decision to undermine pot legalization in Colorado and elsewhere.
Colorado legislators from both sides of the aisle opposed U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recent attack on legal marijuana at a pre-session panel on Friday, and they invoked Shakespeare to do so.
In an effort to ramp up resistance to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and protect Denver’s undocumented residents, both Denver City Council and Mayor Michael Hancock are working on proposals to enact certain “sanctuary city” policies.
At his town halls, laments Congressman Buck, it’s “just very difficult” to get the message out about all “good things” happening in Washington
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) said on a Denver radio show Friday that it was “premature” for the Trump Administration to appoint a special counsel to investigate Russian interference in the last election–and that it’s “just very difficult” at his town halls to get his positive message out “about the good things that are going on” in Washington.