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Avon’s Roberts leads charge for ‘just transition’ as Colorado coal towns see power plants shut down

Avon’s Roberts leads charge for ‘just transition’ as Colorado coal towns see power plants shut down

Lawmakers in the Colorado General Assembly are poised to pass another round of funding for the state’s efforts to ensure a “just transition” for coal workers impacted by the shift…

Coram wins court challenge and will face Boebert in June 28 Republican primary

Coram wins court challenge and will face Boebert in June 28 Republican primary

State Sen. Don Coram, a Montrose Republican, was cleared by a judge late Wednesday in his bid to challenge controversial U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert in the June 28 Republican primary.…

Xcel Energy accelerates closure of coal power plant once funded by local Holy Cross Energy

Xcel Energy accelerates closure of coal power plant once funded by local Holy Cross Energy

The planned shutdown of the last coal-fired power plant scheduled to be operated in Colorado has officially been accelerated — again. In a settlement agreement reached with state officials and…

Meadows’ aid details Boebert’s involvement in ‘beginning stages’ of White House Jan. 6 Pence planning

Meadows’ aid details Boebert’s involvement in ‘beginning stages’ of White House Jan. 6 Pence planning

U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado was involved in the “beginning stages” of talks with senior White House officials that ultimately led to efforts by former President Donald Trump and…

Colorado cities, counties join others around nation suing Big Oil to pay for climate change devastation, denial

Colorado cities, counties join others around nation suing Big Oil to pay for climate change devastation, denial

Editor’s note: This story first appeared on Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts. Eagle County is suing to stop a proposed oil train project in Utah based on…

Colorado GOP Senate frontrunner Hanks is still falsely blaming Antifa for Jan. 6 riot that he attended

Colorado GOP Senate frontrunner Hanks is still falsely blaming Antifa for Jan. 6 riot that he attended

U.S. Senate candidate Ron Hanks, a Republican, claimed that members of the Antifa movement caused the violent Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol, which Hanks attended. Hanks is…

Avon’s Walker draws national spotlight in race to unseat Boebert but few in-district dollars

Avon’s Walker draws national spotlight in race to unseat Boebert but few in-district dollars

Political newcomer and congressional candidate Alex Walker has brought national attention, as well as national dollars, to his bid to unseat Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert. Walker, a Democrat who landed…

Bill to require electric vehicle charging for new, large residential, commercial buildings advances in House

Bill to require electric vehicle charging for new, large residential, commercial buildings advances in House

Over protests from Republicans, the Colorado House advanced a policy to require electric vehicle charging equipment at large residential and commercial buildings. The latest version of House Bill 22-1218, sponsored…

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…

Tennessee Pass rail plans still alive as Utah oil train debate continues to rage

Tennessee Pass rail plans still alive as Utah oil train debate continues to rage

It’s been just over a year since a key federal agency rejected an expedited lease deal to revive rail service on Union Pacific’s dormant Tennessee Pass Line through Eagle County, prompting one…