The number of Coloradans being diagnosed with diabetes has doubled in the last 20 years, and minority communities are especially at risk. Now Congress might take action.
Coloradans rallied to keep public transportation moving. They wanted their message to make an impact with congress.
Colorado lawmakers honored former Colorado congresswoman Pat Schroeder at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wednesday morning.
A group of bills called the “Frack Pack” announced Thursday by four Democratic congressmen would impose more stringent federal environmental regulations on a domestic petroleum industry lately suffering from its own success amid a persistent downturn in oil prices.
Lawmakers including Colorado Congresswoman Diana Degette are asking the Committee on Energy and Commerce to hold a hearing on the measles outbreak and the importance of vaccinations.
In one of many forums around Denver on Saturday, U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette challenged leaders of faith to come up with solutions to racial tension ahed of the upcoming Martin Luther King holiday.
Two months after President Barack Obama’s executive order spared roughly five million illegal immigrants from deportation — including more than 100,000 in Colorado — those who would benefit from the policy say nothing’s changed.
A Colorado lawmaker hopes new efforts by the United States to restore relations with Cuba could help people with diabetes.
U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette was in Cuba the day before President Obama made this week’s big announcement.
Democratic Rep. Diana DeGette, Colorado’s longest-serving member of Congress, has won a 10th term.