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Hickenlooper, Bennet support changing filibuster to pass voting rights legislation

Hickenlooper, Bennet support changing filibuster to pass voting rights legislation

Sen. John Hickenlooper of Colorado on Wednesday announced his support for “changes” to the filibuster, as Senate Democrats move to take up voting rights legislation in the final weeks of…

Dec. 15 last day to sign up for individual market health insurance coverage starting Jan. 1

Dec. 15 last day to sign up for individual market health insurance coverage starting Jan. 1

Today (Wednesday, Dec. 15) is the deadline for people to buy 2022 health insurance coverage on the individual market if they need that coverage to kick in Jan. 1. The…

Montrose moderate Republican Coram eyes primary run against extremist U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert

Montrose moderate Republican Coram eyes primary run against extremist U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert

State Sen. Don Coram said he is doing his “due diligence” in deciding whether to run for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District seat next year.  The Montrose Republican could mount a…

Vote looms on new pro-climate CDOT planning rule

Vote looms on new pro-climate CDOT planning rule

Environmental advocates are feeling hopeful as Colorado’s 11-member Transportation Commission nears a vote this week on a proposal to make state transportation planning processes more climate-friendly — but the rule’s…

Winter finally arrives in Vail, Beaver Creek

Winter finally arrives in Vail, Beaver Creek

A winter storm dropped a foot of fresh snow on Vail Mountain and 10 inches at Beaver Creek Thursday night, allowing the resorts to open significantly more ski terrain after…

Hickenlooper looks to extend American Rescue Plan health insurance savings

Hickenlooper looks to extend American Rescue Plan health insurance savings

Coloradans who don’t get their health insurance through their employer and have to buy it on the individual market are saving hundreds of dollars a month in 2022 thanks to…

First major winter storm moving into Colorado just in time for weekend skiers

First major winter storm moving into Colorado just in time for weekend skiers

Forecasters are calling for the first double-digit snowfall total of the 2021-22 ski season Thursday into Friday, with much colder temperatures, windy conditions and the strong possibility of road closures.…

Neguse pushes for immigration policies to stay in Build Back Better social spending

Neguse pushes for immigration policies to stay in Build Back Better social spending

The massive social spending and climate bill that passed the U.S. House last month included some significant immigration reform provisions, though progressive Democrats were disappointed that it didn’t provide for…

Tough choices loom for wildlife planners in process of restoring wolves to Colorado

Tough choices loom for wildlife planners in process of restoring wolves to Colorado

When Colorado voted in 2020 to reintroduce gray wolves to the Western Slope, the victory was by no means a landslide for wolf advocates. Just 50.9% of voters supported Proposition…

Colorado Democrats look to protect abortion rights as SCOTUS weighs axing Roe v. Wade

Colorado Democrats look to protect abortion rights as SCOTUS weighs axing Roe v. Wade

Democratic lawmakers in Colorado plan to introduce legislation next year that would protect abortion access in Colorado in light of a U.S. Supreme Court case that could overturn the landmark…