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Guv, greens glad Canyons of Ancients spared, but Trump public lands agenda blasted

Guv, greens glad Canyons of Ancients spared, but Trump public lands agenda blasted

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Friday lauded a decision by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to essentially leave Canyons of the Ancients National Monument in Colorado alone, with…

Johnston says guv’s race can’t ‘be bought,’ Perlmutter pull-out a ‘big deal’

Johnston says guv’s race can’t ‘be bought,’ Perlmutter pull-out a ‘big deal’

EAGLE-VAIL — Gubernatorial candidate Mike Johnston – the Democrat’s “rising star” in the race to replace term-limited Gov. John Hickenlooper – on Monday called the departure of establishment favorite Ed…

Repeal and replace of ACA now DOA, prompting calls for bipartisan fix

Repeal and replace of ACA now DOA, prompting calls for bipartisan fix

Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act have failed, The New York Times and other media outlets are reporting, and that’s prompted a bipartisan groups of governors…

Health insurance rates set to go through the roof in rural Colorado in 2018

Health insurance rates set to go through the roof in rural Colorado in 2018

Rural Colorado, including most of the beleaguered Western Slope, will continue to be hammered by astronomical increases in health insurance in the individual and small-group markets in 2018, according to…

Senate’s latest stab at health care reform blasted by small business group

Senate’s latest stab at health care reform blasted by small business group

Senate Republicans on Thursday rolled out a new version of their wildly unpopular Better Care Reconciliation Act, but their second stab at repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act immediately…

Trump election commission puts voter-registration request on hold

Trump election commission puts voter-registration request on hold

Registered Eagle County voters worried about their private voter-registration information becoming public if it’s handed over to President Donald Trump’s controversial commission on voter fraud can breath a sigh of…

EPA, Colorado release two plans for Eagle Mine reclamation

EPA, Colorado release two plans for Eagle Mine reclamation

The EPA and the state of Colorado on Wednesday announced two possible plans for ongoing remediation of the Eagle Mine Superfund Site that for decades has drained heavy metals into…

Colorado lawmakers still working on commonsense immigration reforms

Colorado lawmakers still working on commonsense immigration reforms

Commonsense and bipartisanship are two things seemingly in short supply in Congress these days, but Colorado lawmakers at least are trying to keep the focus on practical policy making when…

Gubernatorial candidate Polis takes to Reddit to let voters ‘ask him anything’

Gubernatorial candidate Polis takes to Reddit to let voters ‘ask him anything’

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis made his millions as an Internet entrepreneur, and in his eight years in Congress he’s never really avoided a good fight — whether on the floor…

Polis announces he’s running for Colorado governor in 2018

Polis announces he’s running for Colorado governor in 2018

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis on Sunday sent out a message telling supporters he will announce his candidacy for governor on Monday. Polis, a Boulder Democrat whose family owns a home…

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