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Net-zero emissions by 2040? Council committee advances bill to achieve ‘aggressive plan’

A proposal to increase Denver’s sales tax to better fund the city’s efforts to address climate change is one step closer to appearing on...

Colorado ranked 9th in U.S. for gap between renters’ income and...

Workers earning minimum wage in Colorado — many of whom have served as essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic — need to work a...

Voter registration lags in Colorado amid lockdowns, distancing

Heading into the 2020 election, Salvador Hernandez, the Colorado state director of Mi Familia Vota, was hoping to register at least 12,000 new voters...

Battle with Trump over renaming military facilities that honor Confederates expected

WASHINGTON — Key U.S. senators are preparing for battle with the White House over renaming military facilities that honor Confederates — and they’re expecting...

This is what Gardner says he’s accomplished. Impressed?

Only rarely do Coloradans get to enjoy a Cory Gardner sighting, so when one occurs it's notable, whatever other news the junior senator makes...

U.S. Supreme Court hands victories to religious employers in health care,...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a Trump administration effort to exempt employers with religious or moral concerns from complying with...

Why is the National Guard investigating peaceful protests?

By Alan Kennedy From Kent State to hovering helicopters, the National Guard has never had an easy relationship with peaceful protest and free speech. That was...

FDA keeps Colorado’s CBD industry waiting for regulatory clarity

The U.S. House opened debate this week over next year’s federal spending without addressing regulations on cannabidiol products, leaving employers in the CBD industry...

Did protests play role in record-breaking voter turnout?

Last month, Colorado shattered the previous state record for voter turnout in a nonpresidential primary election. As of 11:30 p.m. June 30, more than 1.57...

States can bind electors to votes, U.S. Supreme Court rules

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled July 6 in favor of the state of Colorado — and against “faithless electors" — in a case concerning...

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