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Boebert ‘most proud’ of voting to block 2020 election certification on Jan. 6

Boebert ‘most proud’ of voting to block 2020 election certification on Jan. 6

After opening the Mesa County Republican Assembly in Grand Junction with a prayer, a singing of the national anthem, and recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, county GOP chairman Kevin…

GOP straw poll U.S. Senate favorite Hanks says he won’t ‘pretend climate change is a real issue’

GOP straw poll U.S. Senate favorite Hanks says he won’t ‘pretend climate change is a real issue’

In a YouTube video released earlier this month, Colorado U.S. Senate candidate and state Rep. Ron Hanks (R-Cañon City) said he does not believe that climate change is a real…

Most Coloradans fear severe water shortages over next 100 years, seek stronger climate regs

Most Coloradans fear severe water shortages over next 100 years, seek stronger climate regs

A majority of Coloradans believe the state will face significant water shortages within the next century, a poll released Monday found. Conducted earlier this month by Morning Consult on behalf…

Boebert among just eight House members to vote against revoking normal trade status with Russia

Boebert among just eight House members to vote against revoking normal trade status with Russia

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to revoke normal trade relations with Russia and Belarus, another step the federal government hopes will end the Russian war in Ukraine.…

Roberts touts ‘very exciting’ bipartisan plan to use federal funds for housing, behavioral health

Roberts touts ‘very exciting’ bipartisan plan to use federal funds for housing, behavioral health

A few of the solutions state lawmakers propose to address Colorado’s twin crises — affordable housing and behavioral health — include adding beds at the state hospital, integrating mental and physical care,…

Democrats drop lawnmower ban, advance package of climate change regs in Colorado Senate

Democrats drop lawnmower ban, advance package of climate change regs in Colorado Senate

Democrats in the Senate Transportation and Energy Committee on Tuesday advanced a wide-ranging package aimed at boosting the state’s efforts to fight climate change — but not before dropping the…

U.S. Senate votes to make daylight savings time the law of the land; bill now heads to U.S. House for vote

U.S. Senate votes to make daylight savings time the law of the land; bill now heads to U.S. House for vote

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate with little debate on Tuesday unanimously supported a permanent change to daylight saving time, several days after Americans once again went through the hated “spring…

Bennet leads effort to rein in profiteering by oil companies as gas prices skyrocket

Bennet leads effort to rein in profiteering by oil companies as gas prices skyrocket

Sen. Michael Bennet joined other lawmakers in introducing a tax to limit profiteering by large oil companies in the wake of rising gas prices in Colorado and across the country.…

Colorado oil and gas drillers focused on cash flow, not increased production during energy crisis

Colorado oil and gas drillers focused on cash flow, not increased production during energy crisis

For the second time in the past two weeks, a major Colorado oil producer told shareholders that it’s unlikely to ramp up production amid skyrocketing global energy prices, promising instead…

Neguse, Bennet, Hickenlooper support local opposition to Utah oil trains in Eagle County

Neguse, Bennet, Hickenlooper support local opposition to Utah oil trains in Eagle County

Colorado’s two Democratic senators and the congressman whose district would arguably be most impacted are backing towns and counties suing to stop a massive Utah oil train project. The proposed…