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A reliable Republican vote on climate change in Colorado happens to be a skier

A reliable Republican vote on climate change in Colorado happens to be a skier

Editor’s note: A version of “How Kevin Priola became a reliable vote for climate legislation in Colorado” first appeared in Big Pivots, a newsletter produced by longtime Colorado journalist and…

Three statewide fiscal ballot questions to be decided in Colorado starting Oct. 8

Three statewide fiscal ballot questions to be decided in Colorado starting Oct. 8

While off-year elections typically center on local races and ballot issues, Colorado’s 2021 Coordinated Election on Nov. 2 will put three questions to voters statewide. Mail ballots will be sent…

Colorado’s Buck leading charge on access issues plaguing mobile device app stores

Colorado’s Buck leading charge on access issues plaguing mobile device app stores

Despite a recent court ruling that could carve off a big slice of Apple and Google’s revenue for rival tech companies and app developers, Colorado Congressman Ken Buck continues to sharpen his…

Third and possibly final congressional map keeps corner of Eagle County in Boebert’s CD3

Third and possibly final congressional map keeps corner of Eagle County in Boebert’s CD3

Colorado’s Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission on Thursday released the latest — and possibly final — version of a plan to redraw the state’s congressional boundaries as the deadline for the…

Vail Resorts announces vaccine requirements for workers, indoor dining

Vail Resorts announces vaccine requirements for workers, indoor dining

Vail Resorts on Monday sent the following letter to Epic Pass holders announcing COVID-19 vaccine requirements for all employees and for guests using indoor dining at the company’s ski resorts…

Survey: High housing prices, cost of living top two concerns for most Coloradans

Survey: High housing prices, cost of living top two concerns for most Coloradans

When faced with a list of societal ills, ranging from COVID-19 to political divisions, Coloradans who responded to a recent survey ranked the cost of housing as the most worrying.…

EPA removes Gilman portion of Eagle Mine Superfund site from National Priorities List

EPA removes Gilman portion of Eagle Mine Superfund site from National Priorities List

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday issued the below press release on the removal of part of the Eagle Mine Superfund site in Minturn from the National Priorities List…

In Colorado, Biden pitches infrastructure spending to combat climate change

In Colorado, Biden pitches infrastructure spending to combat climate change

President Joe Biden on Tuesday is visiting the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden to underscore the dangers of climate change and push for both a bipartisan infrastructure bill and a budget…

Neguse’s Climate Corps funding gets nod in budget reconciliation plan

Neguse’s Climate Corps funding gets nod in budget reconciliation plan

The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee late Thursday approved its first piece of Democrats’ sweeping $3.5 trillion spending blueprint on a party-line 24-13 vote. Among the highest priorities for President…

GOP’s Ganahl, a Trump, Eastman supporter, files for governor ahead of announcement

GOP’s Ganahl, a Trump, Eastman supporter, files for governor ahead of announcement

On Friday, Sept. 10, after months of speculation, University of Colorado (CU) Regent Heidi Ganahl filed paperwork to run for Colorado governor in 2022. She was expected to formally announce her campaign this…