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Colorado acts on Hickenlooper’s order to adopt California low emission vehicle standard

Colorado acts on Hickenlooper’s order to adopt California low emission vehicle standard

As expected, Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission on Friday approved new low emission vehicle (LEV) standards for new light-duty and medium-duty motor vehicles sold in Colorado beginning in the 2022…

Colorado leaders call on Congress to protect Mueller Russia investigation

Colorado leaders call on Congress to protect Mueller Russia investigation

President Donald Trump over the weekend defended his controversial pick to head up the Justice Department on an interim basis in the wake of the forced resignation of former Attorney…

Facebook Community Boost opens registration for Denver event

Facebook Community Boost opens registration for Denver event

Facebook Community Boost is coming to Denver June 18-19. Facebook launched its new Community Boost program in November of last year as a way of investing in small businesses across…

Freelancers forgotten in battle against vulture-capitalist owners like Alden Global

Freelancers forgotten in battle against vulture-capitalist owners like Alden Global

It’s been a brutal decade for freelance journalists. From a high-water mark of 2007, when I actually made a living wage, through the great recession that led to the death…

Colorado corn growers encouraged by Trump’s statements on ethanol

Colorado corn growers encouraged by Trump’s statements on ethanol

Colorado corn growers on Thursday were excited to hear President Donald Trump say his administration will probably increase the amount of corn ethanol allowed in gasoline to 15 percent, with…

Women candidates in Colorado see #MeToo surge in female voter enthusiasm

Women candidates in Colorado see #MeToo surge in female voter enthusiasm

Two women considered among the frontrunners in Colorado’s 2018 gubernatorial election say female voters are energized, angry and engaged in the current campaign cycle because of the ongoing debate over…

Bennet, Polis playing long game when it comes to Colorado wilderness preservation

Bennet, Polis playing long game when it comes to Colorado wilderness preservation

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet and Rep. Jared Polis last month introduced the bicameral Continental Divide Recreation, Wilderness, and Camp Hale Legacy Act to designate 98,621 acres of federal lands in…

Shutdown showdown postponed a few weeks as DACA deal delayed yet again

Shutdown showdown postponed a few weeks as DACA deal delayed yet again

While President Donald Trump mocked Democrats for “caving” on last weekend’s brief federal government shutdown, Colorado Democrats are still holding out hope for a deal to protect Dreamers by the…

Government shutdown looms as White House rejects bipartisan DACA deal

Government shutdown looms as White House rejects bipartisan DACA deal

Congress is deadlocked once again on a permanent solution for Dreamers — young people who were brought to the country illegally by their parents at a very early age and…

Connect For Health Colorado enters final week of 2018 Obamacare enrollment

Connect For Health Colorado enters final week of 2018 Obamacare enrollment

Connect For Health Colorado, the state’s Obamacare exchange that has seen record enrollment so far this year, is in its final week of signing people up for 2018 individual or…