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Independent redistricting commission far from finalizing Colorado congressional map

Independent redistricting commission far from finalizing Colorado congressional map

After four days of public hearings on a newly proposed Colorado congressional map, members of the state’s first-of-its-kind Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission appeared far from a consensus on how best…

Neguse campaigns on facing Boebert, who accuses independent commission of bias

Neguse campaigns on facing Boebert, who accuses independent commission of bias

U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse is raising campaign funds based on the possibility he’ll be running against U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert when an independent redistricting commission finalizes new maps for Colorado’s…

Eagle County clerk receives warning letter defending actions of Mesa County clerk

Eagle County clerk receives warning letter defending actions of Mesa County clerk

Eagle County Clerk and Recorder Regina O’Brien this week said in an email she has received a letter defending the actions of Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters and warning “you…

Proposed budget reconciliation includes path to citizenship for DACA recipients

Proposed budget reconciliation includes path to citizenship for DACA recipients

A provision tucked in the $3.5 trillion reconciliation package would direct Congress to chart a path for citizenship for millions of undocumented people. If passed, the House provision would provide…

Democrats join labor, enviro groups to push for federal spending on public transit, electric vehicles

Democrats join labor, enviro groups to push for federal spending on public transit, electric vehicles

Top Colorado Democrats joined leaders from local labor unions and environmental groups on Wednesday to call on the federal government to combat climate change with historic levels of spending on…

Hickenlooper pushes for carbon pricing in Democratic budget reconciliation bill

Hickenlooper pushes for carbon pricing in Democratic budget reconciliation bill

As negotiations over a high-stakes budget bill begin in Washington, D.C., Colorado Sen. John Hickenlooper told constituents in a virtual town hall on Monday that a carbon-pricing mechanism to combat…

Boebert’s Republican challenger laments loss of honesty, integrity over last four years of Trump

Boebert’s Republican challenger laments loss of honesty, integrity over last four years of Trump

Rep. Lauren Boebert, the incumbent in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, is facing an unlikely opponent for the 2022 election: a fellow conservative Republican. Marina Zimmerman, of Arboles, is running in…

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…