Yesterday, President Joe Biden signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA), a wide-ranging bill that, among other things, aims to cut 40% of U.S. CO2 emissions from 2005 levels by 2030.
Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert, whose political career was born and engineered around carefully designed media stunts, says her much-publicized outburst during Biden’s State of the Union speech was “certainly spontaneous.”
Politicians are no strangers to making campaign promises. Delivering on those promises? Well, that’s often another story.
At a campaign meet-and-greet event in Cañon City Monday night, Republican candidate for Colorado governor Danielle Neuschwanger launched into a monologue, filled with false accusations about Democratic Gov. Jared Polis, saying he “is not gay” and that his marriage to Marlon Reis “is a sham.”
Multiple CO Republicans Conceal Their View on Election Conspiracy Question by Saying They Can’t ‘Speak’ for ‘Other States’
A linguistic pattern has emerged among Colorado GOP candidates who say our state’s 2020 election was legitimate but refuse to denounce the baseless accusation that the presidential election was stolen by Biden.
Colorado Democratic Sens. Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper are staunch supporters of President Biden’s $1.75 trillion domestic spending bill, which includes major investments to fight climate change and strengthen the country’s social safety net, but the legislation is still facing an uphill battle in the Senate that could potentially drag into the new year.
CO Republican Chair Advises Candidates To Accept Biden As Prez, Stay Mum on Alleged 2020 Election Fraud
In a recent radio interview, Kristi Burton Brown, chair of the Colorado Republican Party, advised candidates to sidestep conspiracy narratives about the 2020 presidential election that are favored by many GOP activists, and instead to acknowledge Joe Biden’s legitimacy as the president of the United States.
Polling released earlier this week found that a majority of Colorado voters support the significant climate spending included in Joe Biden’s Build Back Better package.
Former Colorado Republican leader Dick Wadhams “would not be surprised” if over 50% of the governing body of the Colorado Republican Party votes Saturday not to participate in open primaries anymore, falling short of the 75% that’s legally required to dump open primaries but setting the table for GOP activists to file a lawsuit that could overturn the 75% threshold and allow Republicans to eschew primaries as early as next year.
Last week a federal judge declared Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), the Obama-era program that protects immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children from deportation, unlawful. While the Biden administration has promised to appeal the decision, Colorado immigrant advocacy groups said the ruling illuminates the need for lasting immigration reform in Congress.