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Dozens March On Downtown Denver To Call For Action At U.S.-Mexico BorderDozens of protestors marched through the streets of downtown Denver, stopping at the Auraria Campus, in hope of drawing more attention to the growing issue of immigration into the country.
Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert Introduces Articles Of Impeachment Against President Biden & Vice President HarrisColorado Rep. Lauren Boebert announced on Friday, Sept. 24, she introduced articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
Rep. Lauren Boebert Used Campaign Funds For Rent And Utilities, New Filing ShowsColorado Rep. Lauren Boebert paid utility and rent bills with campaign funds, according to a new filing the Republican lawmaker made this week with the Federal Election Commission.
Secretary Of State Takes Next Steps In Lawsuit To Remove Mesa County Clerk And Recorder Tina Peters As Designated Election OfficialColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has filed an opening brief in a lawsuit to remove Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters as the Designated Election Official.
Final Version Of Colorado Congressional Maps ReleasedColorado's Independent Redistricting Commission released its final congressional map on Thursday, sketching out a possible future in which solidly Democratic Colorado has an evenly-divided delegation to the House of Representatives.
Natalie Meyer, Longest-Serving Colorado Secretary Of State, Passes AwayFormer Colorado Secretary of State Natalie Meyer passed away on Thursday morning.
Ex-Colorado GOP Head Ryan Call Disbarred In Pro-Trump PAC Funds CaseFormer Colorado Republican Party chair Ryan Call will be disbarred after acknowledging he took nearly $280,000 from a super PAC supporting former President Donald Trump while Call served as the political action committee's treasurer.
Colorado Commission Rushes To Finish New Congressional MapColorado's independent congressional redistricting commission has entered the final stretch in fashioning a map for the next decade that incorporates a new eighth district and tries to keep intact communities of interest, such as Hispanic and Latino voters and urban and rural economic interests.
Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette Hosts Mental Health Hearing Focusing On Children During The PandemicColorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette hosted a hearing that focused specifically on children and COVID-19 with mental health experts.
Bureau Of Land Management Changes Course, Will Create Dual Headquarters In DC And Grand JunctionThe Bureau of Land Management will create dual headquarters in Grand Junction and Washington DC. The agency made the announcement on Friday, about two years after announcing the relocation of its headquarters from the District of Columbia to Colorado.
Sen. John Hickenlooper Climbs To New Heights To Address Climate Change Sen. John Hickenlooper is making the climb in Clear Creek Canyon to illustrate his call to take climate action to new heights.
Death Of Olivia Gant Impetus For New Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting BillAs a Douglas County mother waits to see if she will stand trial in the death of her daughter, Colorado's Child Protection Ombudsman is issuing a call to action.