'In Colorado, We Are Ready': Gov. Jared Polis Reacts To FDA Approval Of Pfizer COVID Vaccine BoostersGov. Jared Polis gave a statement on the FDA approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster for people over 65 and those at high risk for severe illness or exposure to COVID-19.
Gov. Jared Polis Opposes Lethal Removal Of Bison From Grand Canyon National Park, Says Some Of Herd Could Be Brought To ColoradoGov. Jared Polis is one of two Colorado elected leaders joining others in opposition to a plan for the lethal removal of some of a bison herd in Grand Canyon National Park.
Gov. Jared Polis And First Gentleman Marlon Reis Are NewlywedsThe two were wed in a traditional Jewish ceremony in Boulder on Wednesday.
Colorado Infrastructure Projects Include Emphasis On Green, Rail, Transit, Electric VehiclesColorado's elected leaders urged Congress to help fund infrastructure projects around the state that will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Colorado Governor Asks Feds To Hold Off On Planned Wild Horse Roundup In Sand Wash BasinGovernor Jared Polis is asking the Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management to delay the planned round of wild horse from the Sand Wash Basin. That roundup is scheduled to start Wednesday, September 1st.
Former President Trump Claims He 'Single-Handedly' Made Decision To Move Space Command Out Of ColoradoFormer President Donald Trump reportedly said he “single-handedly” made the call to relocate the headquarters of U.S. Space Command from Colorado to Alabama. Now Gov. Jared Polis is urging the federal government to "restore integrity to the process."
Tribal Leaders Thank Colorado Leaders For Efforts To 'Make A Wrong Right'Addressing a wrong of the past, that's how Gov. Jared Polis described his decision to rescind two proclamations signed by Territorial Gov. John Evans in 1864 earlier this week.
Governor Encourages Colorado Students To Get Tested Regularly, And He's Offering Incentives To Do SoParents and school districts are looking at the possibility of regular rapid testing for COVID-19 as schools head back.
Colorado Could Soon Pay Students To Get Tested For COVIDGov. Jared Polis hopes to get more schools involved in surveillance testing with rewards for students who participate.
COVID In Colorado: As Delta Variant Causes Dramatic Increase In Cases, Governor Says Getting To 80% Vaccination Rate Would 'Make An Enormous Difference'More than 70% of all Coloradans who are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine have "done the right thing to protect themselves, their families and their community" and gotten vaccinated, says Gov. Jared Polis.
'Free Money': Gov. Jared Polis Says He Won't End Extra $300 A Week Unemployment ChecksOn Wednesday, Gov. Jared addressed the request from business owners to end the enhanced federal unemployment benefit of $300 a week.