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Red flag law passes house, heads to Polis for signature

Red flag law passes house, heads to Polis for signature

The Colorado House of Representatives on Monday, including Vail Valley state Rep. Dylan Roberts, D-Avon, voted 38-25 in favor of a proposed Extreme Risk Protection Order, or red flag law,…

Policymakers, business interests fight for funding to fix Interstate 70

Policymakers, business interests fight for funding to fix Interstate 70

Editor’s note: A version of this story, produced by RealVail.com, first appeared in the Vail Daily: When transportation lobbyist Sandra Hagen Solin was a girl growing up in Vail, she…

Colorado Sens. Bennet, Gardner call for public release of Mueller report

Colorado Sens. Bennet, Gardner call for public release of Mueller report

Colorado’s U.S. senators were quick to respond to the delivery late Friday of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election to Attorney General William…

Gardner spokesman says senator won’t block CORE Act to expand local wilderness

Gardner spokesman says senator won’t block CORE Act to expand local wilderness

Editor’s note: A version of this story first ran in the Vail Daily. Facing a full-court press from local elected officials and conservation groups to back the CORE Act and…

Colorado senators promise to protect funding for LWCF, public lands from Trump budget cutting

Colorado senators promise to protect funding for LWCF, public lands from Trump budget cutting

A proposed budget floated recently by the Trump administration that drastically slashes funding for various public lands programs — including the popular Land and Water Conservation Fund — is being…

Johnston blasts Gardner for backing Trump border wall ‘national emergency’

Johnston blasts Gardner for backing Trump border wall ‘national emergency’

On Thursday, Colorado Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner backed President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to divert funds already allocated by Congress for military and other purposes to…

Traction law proposal for passenger vehicles heads to Colorado state senate

Traction law proposal for passenger vehicles heads to Colorado state senate

Another day, another snowstorm along the Interstate 70 corridor – replete with a slew of closures on Vail Pass and elsewhere on I-70. What better time to talk about enforcing…

Storm slams state ahead of week-long break in the action at Vail, Beaver Creek

Storm slams state ahead of week-long break in the action at Vail, Beaver Creek

A massive and powerful snowstorm slammed into Colorado Wednesday morning, bringing high winds, more snow and yet another round of road closures along Interstate 70 on Vail Pass and elsewhere…

Off to New Hampshire soon, Bennet touts American Family Act to overhaul, expand Child Tax Credits

Off to New Hampshire soon, Bennet touts American Family Act to overhaul, expand Child Tax Credits

Democratic Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet still hasn’t made up his mind on joining the cast of thousands seeking his party’s presidential nomination to take on President Donald Trump in 2020,…

Bipartisan bills to bring down health insurance prices advance in legislature

Bipartisan bills to bring down health insurance prices advance in legislature

There may be some relief on the horizon for high-country residents suffering from massive health-insurance headaches the last few years. Two bills currently working their way through the state legislative…