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Bennet, Polis introduce Continental Divide Wilderness Bill ahead of Outdoor Retailer show

Bennet, Polis introduce Continental Divide Wilderness Bill ahead of Outdoor Retailer show

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet and Rep. Jared Polis on Wednesday introduced the bicameral Continental Divide Recreation, Wilderness, and Camp Hale Legacy Act to designate 98,621 acres of federal lands in…

Colorado Dems says Dreamers in jeopardy as border-wall battle looms

Colorado Dems says Dreamers in jeopardy as border-wall battle looms

While President Donald Trump mocked Democrats for “caving” on last weekend’s brief federal government shutdown, Colorado Democrats are still holding out hope for a deal to protect Dreamers by the…

Vail’s Sen. Donovan seeks information, urgency in sexual harassment probes

Vail’s Sen. Donovan seeks information, urgency in sexual harassment probes

State Sen. Kerry Donovan found it “interesting” that much of the focus of the sexual harassment debate during the first week of the Colorado General Assembly last week was on…

Shutdown imminent as DACA deal eludes Congress deadlocked on immigration

Shutdown imminent as DACA deal eludes Congress deadlocked on immigration

Congress is deadlocked once again on a permanent solution for Dreamers — young people who were brought to the country illegally by their parents at a very early age and…

Roberts outlines first three bills in current Colorado State Legislative session

Roberts outlines first three bills in current Colorado State Legislative session

The 2018 Colorado State Legislative session kicks off Wednesday in Denver, and Eagle County’s new state Rep. Dylan Roberts on Tuesday announced three of the five bills he’s allowed to…

Deadline Friday for 2018 Obamacare coverage on Connect for Health Colorado

Deadline Friday for 2018 Obamacare coverage on Connect for Health Colorado

Connect For Health Colorado, the state’s Obamacare exchange that has seen record enrollment so far this year, is in its final week of signing people up for 2018 individual or…

Winter Olympics seen as opportunity to promote Colorado’s progressive public lands, energy policies

Winter Olympics seen as opportunity to promote Colorado’s progressive public lands, energy policies

North Korea and South Korea are holding talks about the North’s possible participation in next month’s Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and President Donald Trump — despite previous…

Vail, Beaver Creek enjoy first fresh snow of 2018

Vail, Beaver Creek enjoy first fresh snow of 2018

Fresh snow finally fell in the new year at Vail and Beaver Creek, which had both been relatively dry since a Christmas storm 12 days ago. Vail reported 9 inches…

‘Trump administration needs to back off’ on legal marijuana, U.S. Rep. Polis says

‘Trump administration needs to back off’ on legal marijuana, U.S. Rep. Polis says

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, the Boulder Democrat who represents the Vail Valley in Congress, was sharply critical of Thursday’s decision by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reverse the Cole…

Why the battle for Bears Ears matters in Colorado

Why the battle for Bears Ears matters in Colorado

When I was in college in Denver from the mid to late 1980s, a friend and I did a road trip to Natural Bridges in southeastern Utah — the state’s first national…