COVID-19

New variant in Colorado means it’s definitely not time to reopen

This mutant is anything but a teenage ninja turtle. It was only a matter of time. Efforts to thwart the state’s recovery have existed since...

Telling our abortion stories for Abortion Provider Appreciation Day

One of the best ways we can reduce abortion stigma is by telling our abortion stories — even if we think they’re ordinary. In...

CDC: It’s OK for vaccinated grandparents to visit family if no...

WASHINGTON — People who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can safely socialize inside with other vaccinated individuals without wearing masks or maintaining distance, federal...

Senate passes coronavirus relief aid; bill now returns to the House

The U.S. Senate passed President Joe Biden’s nearly $2 trillion stimulus plan Saturday afternoon after wrangling over an amendment to trim unemployment benefits derailed...

Rural Americans in pharmacy deserts hurting for COVID vaccines

"Rural Americans in pharmacy deserts hurting for COVID vaccines" was originally published at khn.org. As the Biden administration accelerates a plan to use pharmacies to...

GOP opposition to state and local aid remains as Senate heads...

WASHINGTON — As Democrats seek to send President Joe Biden their latest $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill, federal lawmakers remain deeply divided on the question...

Unions rally outside Sen. Hickenlooper’s office, demand minimum wage hike

“What do we want?” Yuliana Guerrero shouted through a megaphone to the crowd gathered outside Sen. John Hickenlooper’s Denver office. The crowd's response came in...

A pilot program to replace jail with mental health treatment was...

After a young man experiencing homelessness damaged a parked car in 2020 in Durango while in the midst of a mental health crisis, police...

Sprawling $1.9T COVID-19 relief bill passed by the U.S. House

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House on a nearly party-line vote passed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion pandemic aid package early Saturday, in a rush...

Colorado tweaks vaccine rollout again, aims to prioritize ‘most vulnerable’

Colorado’s latest effort to fine-tune its vaccine prioritization plan will move people aged 60 and up, people with multiple serious health conditions, and grocery...

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