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‘Strong opposition’ to Utah oil train project builds in ‘downline’ Colorado communities

‘Strong opposition’ to Utah oil train project builds in ‘downline’ Colorado communities

The prospect of up to 350,000 barrels of oil a day rolling through Colorado on trains has caught the attention of Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet following the Dec. 15 U.S.…

Colorado senator looks to extend health insurance savings in Build Back Better Act

Colorado senator looks to extend health insurance savings in Build Back Better Act

Coloradans who don’t get their health insurance through their employer and have to buy it on the individual market are saving hundreds of dollars a month in 2022 thanks to…

Colorado congressman leads charge on access issues plaguing mobile app stores

Colorado congressman leads charge on access issues plaguing mobile app stores

Despite a recent court ruling that could carve off a big slice of Apple and Google’s revenue for rival tech companies and app developers, Colorado Congressman Ken Buck continues to sharpen his…

The delicate balancing act of filling Dillon Reservoir during spring runoff

The delicate balancing act of filling Dillon Reservoir during spring runoff

Editor’s note: This story was produced by RockyMountainPost.com with funding from Aspen Journalism and was first posted on the Summit Daily News website on May 14 and published in their print version of the…

One Colorado ski town and county’s battle with suicide, depression

One Colorado ski town and  county’s battle with suicide, depression

By now, if you’re a regular RockyMountainPost.com reader, you’ve seen social media posts of my front-page story in Sunday’s Colorado Springs Gazette on mental health issues in mountain towns – specifically Vail…

No Labels Executive Director White discusses Politics of Problem Solving

No Labels Executive Director White discusses Politics of Problem Solving

Margaret White, executive director of No Labels, a women-ed organization that calls itself as a bipartisan problem-solving organization, will hold a book talk Friday, Dec. 6, at Urban Farmer in downtown Denver. No…

Impeachment debate takes center stage on Veterans Day

Impeachment debate takes center stage on Veterans Day

This Veterans Day it’s hard for me to separate the politics from the policy of war during the ongoing House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump’s withholding of military aid…

Red flag law triggers talk of recalls in Colorado even in wake of another school shooting

Red flag law triggers talk of recalls in Colorado even in wake of another school shooting

Douglas County, Colo., is the epicenter of a raging debate over gun safety laws despite yet another school shooting on Tuesday – this time at the STEM School Highlands Ranch.…

Colorado county divided in Congress, largely united behind public lands

Colorado county divided in Congress, largely united behind public lands

Eagle County Colorado is split over two congressional districts with two representatives – Democrat Joe Neguse (CD2) and Republican Scott Tipton (CD3) — who have dramatically different ideas about how…

Colorado joins lawsuit against Trump’s national emergency for border wall

Colorado joins lawsuit against Trump’s national emergency for border wall

Colorado is signing onto a multi-state lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s declaration of a national emergency to obtain funding for border wall with Mexico. “Colorado will join at least 10…

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