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Bennet launches tour to back billions for boosting watersheds, mitigating wildfires

Bennet launches tour to back billions for boosting watersheds, mitigating wildfires

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet visited Denver’s Confluence Park on Tuesday to launch a multi-stop tour in support of legislation that would funnel billions toward federal, state and local efforts to…

Boebert once said her million-dollar hubby was an uninsured contractor on one oil rig, not a consultant

Boebert once said her million-dollar hubby was an uninsured contractor on one oil rig, not a consultant

The Associated Press on Wednesday revealed that U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, the Republican who represents the western two-thirds of Eagle County and most of the rest of the Colorado’s Western…

Colorado floats rule to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation sector

Colorado floats rule to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation sector

Colorado transportation officials have unveiled a proposal that they say will help reduce air pollution from cars and trucks and bring state and local infrastructure projects in line with the…

Eagle County to issue health order requiring face masks at certain schools to start year

Eagle County to issue health order requiring face masks at certain schools to start year

Eagle County on Friday issued the following press release on mask requirements for the start of the school year next week: Due to recently acquired data and disease trends, Eagle…

New poll: Coloradans largely support Biden’s budget reconciliation plan

New poll: Coloradans largely support Biden’s budget reconciliation plan

As the U.S. Senate gave final approval on Tuesday to a bipartisan package of $550 billion in new infrastructure spending, Colorado progressives touted new polling showing strong support for the…

Geotechnical work has started to assess potential new dam in Homestake Valley

Geotechnical work has started to assess potential new dam in Homestake Valley

Despite local opposition, the threat of legal action and a recent rally in Red Cliff, work has already started on a geotechnical study and fatal flaw test drilling project to determine…

Bennet touts ‘historic investment’ in 21st century infrastructure as Senate passes bill

Bennet touts ‘historic investment’ in 21st century infrastructure as Senate passes bill

By an overwhelmingly bipartisan margin of 69-30, the U.S. Senate on Tuesday passed a $1 trillion infrastructure bill to invest in the nation’s crumbling roads and bridges, while also significantly…

Neguse on UN climate change findings: ‘IPCC report … an alarm bell’

Neguse on UN climate change findings: ‘IPCC report … an alarm bell’

Human-caused climate change due to the burning of coal, oil and gas has already irreversibly warmed the world, according to a new scientific report by the United Nations, making extreme weather…

Some analysts say Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure bill fails to fully address climate change woes

Some analysts say Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure bill fails to fully address climate change woes

The Senate is poised to pass a massive $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill that would upgrade state transportation networks, electric grids, water systems and more. It’s a major spending boost and…

Hickenlooper cites ‘Colorado priorities’ in infrastructure bill as wildfires, mudslides wreak havoc

Hickenlooper cites ‘Colorado priorities’ in infrastructure bill as wildfires, mudslides wreak havoc

Colorado can expect to receive roughly $5 billion in direct transportation funding from the infrastructure package agreed on by a bipartisan group of senators last week, with billions more likely…