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Mitsch Bush calls out ‘far-right extremist’ Boebert, who’s all in on gun rights

Mitsch Bush calls out ‘far-right extremist’ Boebert, who’s all in on gun rights

Back in 2018, former Eagle and Routt County state Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush had come as close as anyone to toppling five-term Congressman Scott Tipton, losing to him by about…

Facebook kicked off voter registration drive over Fourth of July weekend

Facebook kicked off voter registration drive over Fourth of July weekend

North American Facebook users on Friday were greeted with the company’s Fourth of July voter-registration drive that’s part of a push to sign up more than 4 million people to…

Colorado Attorney General Weiser weighs in on LGBTQ ruling by Gorsuch, SCOTUS

Colorado Attorney General Weiser weighs in on LGBTQ ruling by Gorsuch, SCOTUS

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser Monday night told a Vail Valley Votes Zoom meeting that the Supreme Court decision earlier in the day on LGBTQ rights was “deeply meaningful” and a sign…

Party primary race for massive 3rd Congressional District features four distinct choices

Party primary race for massive 3rd Congressional District features four distinct choices

Scott Tipton has never faced a political opponent quite like James Iacino, and if Diane Mitsch Bush has anything to say about it – and she does … quite a…

Colorado small business owners seek state help backing Big Tech

Colorado small business owners seek state help backing Big Tech

A group of more than 150 small business owners from across Colorado is urging Gov. Jared Polis to support their efforts to keep digital technology tools free or low-cost during…

Colorado ski towns look to rebound from COVID-19 economic shutdown

Colorado ski towns look to rebound from COVID-19 economic shutdown

RockyMountainPost.com produced the following 3,000-word cover story for Colorado Politics analyzing the challenges facing Colorado ski towns during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This is a short excerpt. For the full…

COVID-19, DACA concerns rock Latino communities in Colorado ski towns

COVID-19, DACA concerns rock Latino communities in Colorado ski towns

Rita Gutierrez came to Eagle County from Mexico when she was six months old, graduated from Battle Mountain High School in Edwards, Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction and for…

Debate over public option rages as pair of reports raise concerns in Colorado

Debate over public option rages as pair of reports raise concerns in Colorado

Colorado lawmakers, health insurance and health care officials backing a public option health insurance plan are responding to multiple reports questioning the full economic impacts and potentially harmful effects for…

Public option health insurance bill battle shaping up in Colorado Legislature

Public option health insurance bill battle shaping up in Colorado Legislature

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared last month in the Vail Daily: With a pitched battle brewing in the state legislature over his signature “public option” health insurance…

Colorado lawmakers feature prominently in impeachment debate

Colorado lawmakers feature prominently in impeachment debate

As the full floor of the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday debated the impeachment of President Donald Trump, Colorado lawmakers were in the spotlight in prominent roles. The state’s…

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