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Hickenlooper, Kasich lead bipartisan governors opposed to Cassidy-Graham ACA repeal

Hickenlooper, Kasich lead bipartisan governors opposed to Cassidy-Graham ACA repeal

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday joined a group of nine other governors in opposing the Senate’s last-ditch effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act before a Sept. 30 deadline,…

New Rocky Mountain highs for Colorado insurance rates as ACA debate still rages

New Rocky Mountain highs for Colorado insurance rates as ACA debate still rages

As Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders rallies the far left around a “single-payer” healthcare system and some Republicans try yet again to kill the Affordable Care Act, moderate attempts to bring…

DACA deal ‘fairly close’ even as Colorado jumps into legal fray to protect Dreamers

DACA deal ‘fairly close’ even as Colorado jumps into legal fray to protect Dreamers

Caught in a legal crossfire between red and blue state attorney generals over DACA, President Donald Trump on Thursday said he’s “fairly close” to striking a deal to preserve the…

Sept. 5 deadline looms for DACA — a nightmare for Colorado Dreamers

Sept. 5 deadline looms for DACA — a nightmare for Colorado Dreamers

DACA recipients, more commonly as “Dreamers”, have been heavily in the news of late — for all the wrong reasons. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, was put in…

Colorado senators vote along party lines on health care motion to proceed

Colorado senators vote along party lines on health care motion to proceed

Republican senators on Tuesday narrowly approved a motion to proceed to debate on a health care bill meant to repeal the 2010 Affordable Care Act and possibly replace it with…

Colorado SOS Williams hits back at Trump election commission after Kobach comments

Colorado SOS Williams hits back at Trump election commission after Kobach comments

Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams late last week pushed back against the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity after its co-chair, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, said Colorado voters…

Starting with visas, some lawmakers still working toward commonsense immigration reform

Starting with visas, some lawmakers still working toward commonsense immigration reform

Editor’s note: On Monday, July 17, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly announced a one-time increase in H-2B non-farm work visas of 15,000 for fiscal 2017. Commonsense and bipartisanship are…

Gardner vote on oil and gas methane rule targeted by conservation groups

Gardner vote on oil and gas methane rule targeted by conservation groups

Colorado’s conservation community cheered and energy-extraction groups condemned on Wednesday as the U.S. Senate voted 51-49 not to use the Congressional Review Act to rescind a U.S. Bureau of Land…

Spicer denial of Nazi chemical weapons use draws ire of Colorado congressman

Spicer denial of Nazi chemical weapons use draws ire of Colorado congressman

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, a Democrat from Boulder, Colo., sharply criticized White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s denial that Adolf Hitler used chemical weapons during World War II. Spicer made…

Congress works to repeal federal methane rules modeled after Colorado regulations

Congress works to repeal federal methane rules modeled after Colorado regulations

Depending on which side of the issue you talk to — oil and gas industry advocates or members of Colorado’s conservation community — Congress is about to gut crucial and…

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