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Progressive study finds Colorado voters can have highest election confidence in the entire country

Progressive study finds Colorado voters can have highest election confidence in the entire country

Voters in Colorado can have the highest confidence in the country that elections are free and fair in the state, according to a new study that assessed election accountability ahead…

Sandoval of Pueblo earns Democratic frontrunner status to take on Boebert for CD3 seat in Congress

Sandoval of Pueblo earns Democratic frontrunner status to take on Boebert for CD3 seat in Congress

Sol Sandoval emerged as the only candidate on Tuesday night to qualify for the Democratic primary ballot in the 3rd Congressional District through the assembly process, securing her spot as…

Gov. Polis touts crime-prevention bills in bid to make Colorado one of nation’s safest states

Gov. Polis touts crime-prevention bills in bid to make Colorado one of nation’s safest states

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis is backing a $113 million package of public safety bills that he hopes will make the state one of the safest in the nation in terms…

As COVID pandemic drags on, Connect for Health Colorado sets record for enrollment

As COVID pandemic drags on, Connect for Health Colorado sets record for enrollment

Nearly 200,000 Colorado residents signed up for health insurance through Connect for Health Colorado during the open enrollment period that ended Jan. 15, a record that officials say could be…

Montrose moderate Republican Coram eyes primary run against extremist U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert

Montrose moderate Republican Coram eyes primary run against extremist U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert

State Sen. Don Coram said he is doing his “due diligence” in deciding whether to run for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District seat next year.  The Montrose Republican could mount a…

Colorado Democrats look to protect abortion rights as SCOTUS weighs axing Roe v. Wade

Colorado Democrats look to protect abortion rights as SCOTUS weighs axing Roe v. Wade

Democratic lawmakers in Colorado plan to introduce legislation next year that would protect abortion access in Colorado in light of a U.S. Supreme Court case that could overturn the landmark…

Neguse introduces bipartisan bill to improve access to mental health services

Neguse introduces bipartisan bill to improve access to mental health services

A bill introduced Tuesday by U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, whose district includes Vail, aims to expand interstate access to mental health resources by making it easier for patients to connect…

Colorado COVID surge prompts state to enact crisis standards of care for staffing

Colorado COVID surge prompts state to enact crisis standards of care for staffing

Colorado reactivated crisis standards of care for staffing throughout the state on Tuesday afternoon in response to rising COVID-19 hospitalizations and shrinking hospital capacity. Those standards of care mean that…

No mask orders, but Gov. Polis says unvaccinated with death wish ‘are clogging our hospitals’

No mask orders, but Gov. Polis says unvaccinated with death wish ‘are clogging our hospitals’

The COVID-19 situation in Colorado continues to worsen, as the state now ranks fifth in the nation for new infection rates and hospitalizations reach new peaks this year. It has…

Magazine: Jan. 6 protest organizers say they met with Boebert before insurrection

Magazine: Jan. 6 protest organizers say they met with Boebert before insurrection

Organizers of the Jan. 6 protests that led to a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol were allegedly in communication with Rep. Lauren Boebert’s office in the lead-up to the…