State Legislature Earmarks $4 Million For Small Businesses Hardest Hit By COVIDHelp is on the way to for small businesses in Colorado. The state Legislature is expected to give final approval Friday to a bill that provides $4 million in aid for small businesses disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
State Lawmakers Urge Voters To Ask County Clerks About Voting, Election ConcernsState lawmakers are working on bills to help Colorado during the coronavirus pandemic. Legislators are getting thousands of emails asking about the presidential election and voting.
Monument Board Of Trustees Passes Resolution Opposing COVID RestrictionsThe Town of Monument Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Monday to pass a resolution opposing pandemic restrictions signed by Gov. Jared Polis.
Rep. Joe Neguse Delivers Coffee, Donuts To National Guard At U.S. CapitolCongressman Joe Neguse spent part of his morning delivering coffee and donuts to the National Guard at the nation's capitol.
Local & State Leaders Believe Decision To Move Space Command Out Of Colorado Was PoliticalPolitical leaders in Colorado on both sides of the aisle are slamming a decision by the Air Force to move Space Command out of the state.
Colorado's Congressional Delegation Weighs In On President's ImpeachmentColorado's Congressional delegation voted along party lines in Wednesday's impeachment vote.
Ethics Complaint Filed Against Mayor Hancock Over His Thanksgiving TravelA Denver woman has lodged an official complaint with Denver's Ethics Board against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock over his out-of-state travel during the 2020 Thanksgiving holiday.
Colorado Representatives Vote Party Line, Trump Becomes 1st President To Be Impeached TwiceColorado's elected members of the House of Representatives voted along party lines during Wednesday's vote to impeach President Trump for incitement of insurrection. A total of 10 Republicans supported the resolution, along with all of the Democrats.
Colorado Man Indicted, Accused Of Threatening To Kill DC Mayor And House Speaker Nancy PelosiA Colorado man is currently in federal custody, accused of plotting to kill Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser. Cleveland Meredith was arrested on January 7th.
Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert Says Twitter 'Randomly' Shut Down Account Without ExplanationRep. Boebert tweeted the claim Wednesday afternoon, saying the ban was lifted after it was reported by the media.
'I Call Bullcrap': Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert Says She'll Vote Against Impeaching President Donald TrumpRepublican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO-03) spoke in opposition to impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
'Misguided Decision': Polis Objects To Plans To Move of Space Command From Colorado To AlabamaGov. Jared Polis and Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera expressed their opposition to reports that the Trump administration is considering relocating U.S. Space Command from Colorado Springs to Alabama.
Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert Refused Entry To House Chamber At Newly-Installed Metal DetectorsColorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert was refused entry at the House Chamber in Washington, D.C. after she refused to allow Capitol police to search her bag.
'Bullcrap': Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert Says She'll Vote Against Impeaching President Donald TrumpRepublican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO-03) said she would vote against impeaching President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert Refused Entry To House Chamber At Newly-Installed Metal DetectorsColorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert was refused entry at the House Chamber in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday after she refused to allow Capitol police to search her bag.
Colorado's DeGette, Neguse Chosen As Impeachment Trial ManagersTwo Colorado congressional delegates will serve as impeachment managers as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Monday night.
Colorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter Confronts Rep. Jim Jordan On Pres.-elect Biden Winning ElectionA confrontation broke out between Colorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter and Rep. Jim Jordan during a House meeting on Tuesday.
Boulder County Residents Raise Large Concerns Over Massive Compost FacilityBoulder County is considering building an industrial-scale compost facility on 40 acres of open space that includes designated wetlands and agricultural land of national significance.