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Health Foundation poll finds a third of Coloradans fear losing their home due to runaway costs

Health Foundation poll finds a third of Coloradans fear losing their home due to runaway costs

Growing concerns among Coloradans about the high cost of living are being driven in large part by worries over rising housing costs, a poll released Monday by the Colorado Health…

Polis signs Roberts, Donovan water bills to fund conservation projects, reduce groundwater use

Polis signs Roberts, Donovan water bills to fund conservation projects, reduce groundwater use

Gov. Jared Polis on Monday signed two bills into law that are aimed at conserving a precious and dwindling resource in the state: water. For the bill signings, the governor…

At GOP debate, Colorado candidates race to the right on elections, abortion, climate and more

At GOP debate, Colorado candidates race to the right on elections, abortion, climate and more

Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters made attacks on Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold a focal point of her pitch to Republican primary voters during a Saturday debate in Denver.…

Colorado headed toward new COVID-19 peak in June

Colorado headed toward new COVID-19 peak in June

Colorado will likely see an increase in COVID-19 cases across the state with a peak in the middle of June, public health officials said during a press conference Thursday.  The…

Officials: Strong winds, ongoing drought could lead to ‘worst fire season in our state’s history’

Officials: Strong winds, ongoing drought could lead to ‘worst fire season in our state’s history’

When Colorado lawmakers and emergency officials gave an update in April ahead of the 2022 wildfire season, their assessment was grim. “We may very well be heading into the worst…

Climate, recycling bills survive GOP stall tactics to clear Colorado Legislature in waning days

Climate, recycling bills survive GOP stall tactics to clear Colorado Legislature in waning days

A suite of environmental bills were among the measures that won passage in the chaotic final days of Colorado’s 2022 legislative session. Democratic-backed legislation to better regulate toxic air pollution,…

Candidates for House District 26 weigh in on 2020 election, Jan. 6, COVID-19, climate change and more

Candidates for House District 26 weigh in on 2020 election, Jan. 6, COVID-19, climate change and more

Following the departure of Democrat Dylan Roberts of Avon to run for state Senate District 8, the wide-open House District 26 race could prove to be one of the most competitive…

HD26 race highlights stark differences on abortion rights as SCOTUS targets Roe v. Wade protections

HD26 race highlights stark differences on abortion rights as SCOTUS targets Roe v. Wade protections

With this week’s revelation of a U.S. Supreme Court poised to overturn nearly 50 years of precedent in Roe v. Wade, states are bracing for new legislative battles over reproductive rights.…

In response to Roe leak, Rep. Boebert says left wants abortion after delivery

In response to Roe leak, Rep. Boebert says left wants abortion after delivery

“I have four children. I have had life growing on the inside of me,” U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) said Tuesday. “I know the preciousness of the steps of life…

Colorado political leaders see Roe rollback as ‘radical shift … away from individual freedom’

Colorado political leaders see Roe rollback as ‘radical shift … away from individual freedom’

As news broke that the U.S. Supreme Court plans to overturn the Roe v. Wade precedent, many Colorado leaders and elected officials reiterated their abortion-rights positions and emphasized that abortion…

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