Latest Politics Updates

Colorado Senators Pass COVID Relief Bill As State GOP Leaders Blast PassageColorado Senators John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet praised the passage of a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill on Saturday morning.
Bill To Reduce Standardized Testing Load For Colorado Students Passes Out Of CommitteeA bill aimed at reducing the standardizing testing load in Colorado schools passed out of the House Education Committee on Friday.
State Sen. Kerry Donovan Introduces Bill For Commission To Investigate Social Media ComplaintsState Sen. Kerry Donovan introduced a bill to establish a first ever Digital Communications Commission where Coloradans could register social media complaints about everything from misuse of personal information to misinformation.
Colorado Oil & Gas Taunts The North Face At Mock Award CeremonyThe Colorado-based company recently rejected an order for 400 jackets from a Texas oil and gas company because it reportedly didn't want to be associated with an industry that doesn't meet its brand standards.
Jason Crow Says A Handful Of Congress Members Are 'Depraved' And 'A Disgrace'Rep. Jason Crow said he wouldn't be surprised if current members of Congress were involved in spreading conspiracy theories and inciting violence.
Boulder County Backs Off Massive Compost Facility On Open Space After Neighbors File LawsuitBoulder County Commissioners pulled an application for an industrial-scale compost facility after coming under fire for months from neighbors.
To-Go Alcohol Sales Extension Moves Forward In State CapitolTo-go alcohol may extend beyond the initial temporary sales period that was enacted to help businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. The regulation is set to expire on July 1.
Mixed Opinions From Colorado Congressional Delegation As House Passes Reform Measure Named For George FloydThe bill seeks to change the culture of law enforcement and build trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
Credit Card Purchases Could Soon Cost More Under Proposed Colorado BillIf you make most of your purchases by credit card, you may soon have to pay more. Companies like Visa, Mastercard and American Express tack on surcharges of between 1-3.4% when you use your card.
State Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Help Struggling Families With Diapers During Coronavirus PandemicA survey found that more struggling Colorado families need help buying diapers than food during the coronavirus pandemic. Four mothers serving in the state Legislature hope to help families who can't afford diapers.
Cars Vandalized, Houses Picketed & Dogs Poisoned: Public Health Workers Say They Need Protections. State Lawmakers AgreePublic health workers told Colorado state lawmakers they're being threatened and harassed by people angry about COVID-19 restrictions, and they need protection.
Colorado Bill Mandating Secure Storage Of Guns Passes First CommitteeDozens of people weighed in on a bill at the Colorado State Capitol that would require gun owners securely store their weapons.