Colorado’s elected Democratic leaders are reacting to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s choice for a running mate.
In response to the shootings at the Century 16 theater in Aurora last month that left 12 dead and nearly 60 others injured, some lawmakers are debating banning internet sales of ammunition.
Nobody wants to see what happened in Aurora, but questions about what would’ve helped prevent or lessen the tragedy remain at the center of a highly charged, long running gun debate.
President Barack Obama will make federal health insurance available to about 8,000 temporary wildland firefighters, a White House official said Tuesday.
On the final day of the Supreme Court’s session, the majority of justices upheld nearly all of President Obama’s health care reform plan. Now, Colorado’s elected leaders are weighing in on the decision.
Drug shortages are becoming an urgent problem and Congresswoman Diana DeGette is highlighting the issue.
A verbal assault by conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh thrust her into the national stage. Friday, Sandra Fluke brought her health care message to Colorado.
Most of Colorado’s representatives in the U.S. House have backed renewing a payroll tax cut and jobless benefits.
Democratic Colorado congresswoman Diana DeGette is announcing her re-election campaign for a ninth term.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is inviting artists and what he calls “creative entrepreneurs” to Montorse to talk about developing “creative districts” in several Western Slope towns.