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Falling short of state’s own goals, Gov. Polis updates Colorado climate roadmap

Falling short of state’s own goals, Gov. Polis updates Colorado climate roadmap

An RTD train departs the Westminster light-rail station as Gov. Jared Polis and state energy and transportation officials give an update on the state’s climate-action “roadmap” on Monday, Feb. 26,…

President Biden urges governors, including Gov. Polis, to push Congress hard on immigration, Ukraine

President Biden urges governors, including Gov. Polis, to push Congress hard on immigration, Ukraine

Vice President Kamala Harris speaks as members of the National Governors Association meet with her and President Joe Biden at the White House on Feb. 23, 2024. At right are…

CD2’s Neguse, whose district includes Vail, seeks 4th highest Dem leadership post

CD2’s Neguse, whose district includes Vail, seeks 4th highest Dem leadership post

U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, left, and House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries talk about gun violence prevention during a roundtable at CU Boulder on Aug. 21, 2023 (Chloe Anderson for Colorado…

Lukens hits GOP opponent Butler for ‘attending riots on January 6th’

Lukens hits GOP opponent Butler for ‘attending riots on January 6th’

House District 26 state Rep. Meghan Lukens, a Democrat from Steamboat Springs, wasted no time this month announcing the campaign of her Republican opponent – although not by name –…

Union officer warns USPS shift from GJ to Denver will cause more mail delays for mountain towns

Union officer warns USPS shift from GJ to Denver will  cause more mail delays for mountain towns

The vice president of a Western Slope postal worker union is sounding the alarm that the U.S. Postal Service is considering shifting mail processing from Grand Junction to Denver –…

Immigration lessons for Dems in CD3 from Santos replacement win in NY3?

Immigration lessons for Dems in CD3 from Santos replacement win in NY3?

Tuesday likely underscored a couple of key lessons for Democrats in Colorado’s massive, mostly rural 3rd Congressional District, which stretches from Pueblo to Grand Junction, leans nine points Republican and would…

Union Pacific wastewater spill near Moffat Tunnel underscores rail safety debate

Union Pacific wastewater spill near Moffat Tunnel underscores rail safety debate

As Colorado lawmakers this month prepare to do something that Congress has been incapable of for more than a year – debate meaningful rail safety legislation – Union Pacific, state regulators and officials in…

Proposed Colorado bill offers tax credits for converting offices into apartments

Proposed Colorado bill offers tax credits for converting offices into apartments

Businesses and individuals who want to convert commercial properties to at least half residential use would be eligible for a new tax credit under a proposed Colorado bill. Nearly four…

Utah lawmaker proposes $750,000 in funding to keep oil-train project on track

Utah lawmaker proposes $750,000 in funding to keep oil-train project on track

To keep the Uinta Basin Railway project “going forward,” the state of Utah should shell out $750,000 in taxpayer funds so the group behind the project can make its case…

CD3 candidate’s neighbor filed for protection order after 2021 conflict

CD3 candidate’s neighbor filed for protection order after 2021 conflict

The next-door neighbors of a Republican candidate looking to represent Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District filed for a temporary protection order against him in 2021.  Court documents reviewed by Newsline show…

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