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‘Mainstream’ Colorado Republicans keep campaigning with conspiracy theorists

‘Mainstream’ Colorado Republicans keep campaigning with conspiracy theorists

At Colorado Republican Party fundraiser in Weld County last month, 17 candidates posed together for a picture, standing in front of “Meet Our Candidates” signs listing all their names. U.…

Statewide ballot measure asks voters to tap TABOR refunds to combat Colorado housing crisis

Statewide ballot measure asks voters to tap TABOR refunds to combat Colorado housing crisis

Colorado voters will decide this November whether to boost state spending on affordable-housing initiatives by tapping into funds that could otherwise be returned under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Initiative…

Pelosi, Neguse tout climate spending in IRA during scientific roundtable at NCAR

Pelosi, Neguse tout climate spending in IRA during scientific roundtable at NCAR

Not long after reading a handwritten note from the daughter of Boulder County sustainability official Susie Strife, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi emphasized that saving the planet is about protecting…

Eagle County Manager Shroll: Utah oil trains would be ‘fanning the flames’ of climate change

Eagle County Manager Shroll: Utah oil trains would be ‘fanning the flames’ of climate change

Two of Colorado’s most cherished natural resources have been in the news a lot lately: the endangered Colorado River and key national forest areas lawmakers want to protect for future generations. Both are threatened…

As politicians seek protections, Camp Hale history extends beyond 10th Mountain Division to POWs, CIA

As politicians seek protections, Camp Hale history extends beyond 10th Mountain Division to POWs, CIA

Colorado lawmakers Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO) and John Hickenlooper (D-CO), Governor Jared Polis, and U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) sent a letter to President Joe Biden yesterday urging him to…

Colorado lawmakers urge Biden to use Antiquities Act to protect CORE Act land like Camp Hale

Colorado lawmakers urge Biden to use Antiquities Act to protect CORE Act land like Camp Hale

Colorado Democrats, who at Camp Hale 10 days ago previewed a plan to request executive action to protect key areas of the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act, on…

Dems push back on Ganahl plan to drill away climate crisis

Dems push back on Ganahl plan to drill away  climate crisis

The Colorado Democratic Party on Thursday jumped on this week’s assertion by Republican gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl that she would address climate change by getting the state’s “oil and gas…

Bennet, O’Dea cross campaign paths, offer very different views on Colorado River water, climate crisis

Bennet, O’Dea cross campaign paths, offer very different views on Colorado River water, climate crisis

Along the winding rural highways and forested watersheds of northern Colorado, the paths of Colorado’s two U.S. Senate candidates intertwined on Tuesday at a series of events that put a…

Colorado Senate candidates Bennet, O’Dea spar over abortion rights, SCOTUS decision

Colorado Senate candidates Bennet, O’Dea spar over abortion rights, SCOTUS decision

As the summer drags on, temperatures are rising in Colorado’s closely-watched U.S. Senate race, with incumbent Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet and Republican challenger Joe O’Dea clashing over the issue of…

Colorado officials say Biden climate bill will ‘supercharge’ state’s clean-energy industry

Colorado officials say Biden climate bill will ‘supercharge’ state’s clean-energy industry

With a signature from President Joe Biden on Tuesday, congressional Democrats’ $369 billion package of spending to fight climate change became law — and federal officials say it won’t be…