In response to a statement by U.S. Senate leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) that Colorado and other states “use the bankruptcy route” to deal with budget shortfalls resulting from COVID-19, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock today called on Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) to use his influence on McConnell “to stand up for Colorado and to fight for Denverites and other cities around the nation.”
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.
Colorado State University’s Salazar Center will come to Denver September 24 to host an international symposium on North American landscape conservation.
Denver Mayor Hancock: Let’s Remove The Stain Of Slavery From The Fine Print Of Colorado’s Constitution
This guest editorial from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock first appeared in Colorado Politics.
Denver Mayor’s support for anti-abortion group raises questions about his stance on reproductive rights
Denver’s Democratic Mayor Michael Hancock appears to have helped fundraise for an event earlier this year meant to “celebrate the joy of life” and support anti-abortion pregnancy centers.
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.