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O’Dea says he would ‘return’ federal land to states, echoing Sage Brush Rebellion stand

O’Dea says he would ‘return’ federal land to states, echoing Sage Brush Rebellion stand

In a radio interview last week, Colorado Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea said that if he’s elected next week, he’ll push for “returning” federally owned public lands in Colorado…

Roberts defends health insurance programs as Solomon targets ‘tax-payer funded healthcare’

Roberts defends health insurance programs as Solomon targets ‘tax-payer funded healthcare’

With open enrollment for the thousands of Coloradans on the individual and small-group health insurance markets kicking off Tuesday, state Rep. Dylan Roberts of Avon is touting years of work, mostly…

As campaign winds down, Boebert heads back to Mar-A-Lago to be with Trump

As campaign winds down, Boebert heads back to Mar-A-Lago to be with Trump

With less than two weeks to go before Election Day, most candidates are furiously knocking doors, trying to turn out every last voter they can reach. Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert,…

Opponents of Prop 121 take satirical swipe at billionaires backing Colorado income tax cut

Opponents of Prop 121 take satirical swipe at billionaires backing Colorado income tax cut

“Cut roads! I literally look down on you and your roads,” says a woman as she steps into a private jet, depicted in an online advertisement against Proposition 121, a ballot…

Who’s buying Matt Solomon’s book? His state Senate campaign for starters

Who’s buying Matt Solomon’s book? His state Senate campaign for starters

Republican state Senate candidate Matt Solomon says lines from his book “Fortunate Accidents” are being taken out of context and used against him by his opponents in the Nov. 8…

Colorado hones in on hydrogen energy production as part of Rocky Mountain hub

Colorado hones in on hydrogen energy production as part of Rocky Mountain hub

Across the country, states are inking agreements with neighbors or striking out on their own to pursue billions in federal funding to set up “hydrogen hubs,” clustered centers for production,…

Solomon lands on Colorado’s long list of election conspiracy candidates on Nov. 8

Solomon lands on Colorado’s long list of election conspiracy candidates on Nov. 8

The Colorado Republican Party has at least 15 candidates on Colorado’s current election ballot who baselessly promote election conspiracies. Depending on how you define “election conspiracist,” there could be many…

Ute battles of the past, present shape Biden’s Camp Hale National Monument announcement

Ute battles of the past, present shape Biden’s Camp Hale National Monument announcement

PANDO VALLEY, Colo. – On his way to Wednesday’s signing ceremony to designate the new 53,800-acre Camp Hale-Continental Divide National Monument, President Joe Biden and his motorcade passed over 9,267-foot…

Reaction pours in on Biden designation of Camp Hale-Continental Divide National Monument

Reaction pours in on Biden designation of Camp Hale-Continental Divide National Monument

Colorado elected officials, conservation groups, outdoor recreation and veteran’s organizations on Wednesday issued a series of press releases lauding the designation by President Joe Biden of Camp Hale and the…

Colorado ranks first on Democracy Scorecard despite GOP candidates like Peters, Boebert

Colorado ranks first on Democracy Scorecard despite GOP candidates like Peters, Boebert

Colorado ranks number one in a new 2022 State Democracy Scorecard that rates states for voting rights, democracy subversion efforts and anti-corruption laws. Produced by End Citizens United // Let America Vote Action…