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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…

Thumbing nose at Trump on Paris Accord, Hickenlooper joins U.S. Climate Alliance

Thumbing nose at Trump on Paris Accord, Hickenlooper joins U.S. Climate Alliance

Back in the fall of 2016, when it looked like Hillary Clinton would win the White House and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper might join her cabinet, I wrote a story…

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…

Polis jumps into Colorado gubernatorial race on Reddit

Polis jumps into Colorado gubernatorial race on Reddit

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis made his millions as an Internet entrepreneur, and in his eight years in Congress he’s never really avoided a good fight — whether on the floor…

Dems blast Trump decision on Paris Accord as local governments move forward

Dems blast Trump decision on Paris Accord as local governments move forward

Colorado Democrats on Thursday skewered President Donald Trump for pulling out of the 2015 Paris Accord on global climate change, citing the state’s booming renewable energy sector and endangered outdoor…

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…

Source says Colorado courthouse seeing ‘significant increase’ in ICE arrests

Source says Colorado courthouse seeing ‘significant increase’ in ICE arrests

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents have been much more active in Eagle County courtrooms since February, sources say, disputing what the local sheriff and district attorney told RealVail.com last week.…

Swirling ICE roundup rumors causing fear, confusion in Colorado ski country

Swirling ICE roundup rumors causing fear, confusion in Colorado ski country

The Eagle County sheriff and district attorney say they’re not seeing increased Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests locally, despite persistent rumors, but both are worried community concerns about a…

Colorado business leaders push for common-sense immigration reform

Colorado business leaders push for common-sense immigration reform

A common theme at a business roundtable discussion of the nation’s broken immigration system Thursday in Denver was that recent Trump administration orders have created an environment of fear throughout…

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