Monday evening’s meeting of Keep Colorado Free & Open, a group opposing public-health restrictions, was a tough room for any elected official, but especially a law enforcement officer, even one as conservative as Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams.
Coronavirus may be at the forefront of many people’s minds at the moment, but it’s not the only virus that requires attention: Colorado has seen an upward trend of new HIV infections in the last five years, and now, Colorado state lawmakers have taken steps to counteract the epidemic that has killed millions globally.
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.
Colorado legislators and racial justice activists gathered Tuesday in front of the State Capitol in support of the new Law Enforcement Integrity and Accountability Act, aiming to bring more regulation and transparency to the police force.
A bill introduced in Colorado’s legislature would increase access to HIV prevention drugs by allowing pharmacists to dispense such medication without authorization from a physician.
At their first annual conference in Colorado last weekend, Democrats for Life of America (DFLA) was greeted with a clear message from Colorado Democratic lawmakers and reproductive rights advocates: abortion access is a progressive value.
State Rep. Leslie Herod (D-Denver) has introduced a bill to assist one of Colorado’s most vulnerable populations, our homeless youth.