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Category Archives: Colorado Legislature

Gov. John Hickenlooper, Gov. Brian Sandoval to receive leadership award from Western Resource Advocates

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval will lauded for their conservation leadership by Boulder-based Western Resource Advocates Sept. 8 at the History Colorado Center in Denver.

“Dying with dignity” versus “doctor-assisted suicide:” ballot initiative sets off language battle

Coloradans will decide this fall whether to allow doctors to write life-ending prescriptions for terminally ill people who have less than six months to live and want to die on their own terms. Whether the initiative is called “doctor-assisted suicide,” “dying with dignity,” or “medical aid in dying,” though, will depend on who is paying for the campaign ad.

Opponents seek to define Morgan Carroll in the mold of Hillary Clinton

Morgan Carroll’s campaign to unseat Rep. Mike Coffman in the 6th Congressional District has hinged on linking the Republican incumbent to Donald Trump, but Carroll has similarities to Hillary Clinton that might not please east metro voters.

Top Bernie Sanders supporter in Colorado urges movement to back Hillary Clinton

Bernie Sanders backer and state Rep. Joe Salazar highlighted the stakes of the election in a speech Tuesday to Colorado delegates attending the convention.

Rep. Dan Pabon asked officer to call supervisor or “city attorney” before DUI arrest, body camera video shows

State Rep. Dan Pabon, who pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving under the influence, asked the arresting officer to call a supervisor or the “city attorney” before Pabon was arrested earlier this year, according to police body camera footage released Wednesday.

Colorado Republican leader looks to fill void left by Donald Trump

With the void at the top, the Colorado GOP chairman Steve House is creating a his own Republican vision to help guide the party’s candidates ahead of the RNC in Cleveland. And he is not mincing words about the what he sees as the party’s failures to connect with voters.

Gail Schwartz posts big fundraising haul to start campaign against Scott Tipton

Former state Sen. Gail Schwartz came out with a bang in the first fundraising quarter of her campaign, raising $623,000 to the $423,000 being reported by third-term U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Cortez.

Colorado alcohol ballot initiative comes to an end

Your Choice Colorado, a coalition led by King Soopers and Safeway, ended an effort to get a November vote on allowing grocers and other major retailers to sell wine and full-strength beer in liquor stores.

Grocery liquor sales, “Cosby” law, chokehold ban and more take effect July 1

Expanded liquor sales and a dozen criminal-justice bills take effect on July 1, after the Colorado legislature passed them in the four-month session that ended on May 1.

Conservatives and gay choruses convene a block apart in Denver

The GALA Festival is expected to bring more than 7,000 gay choruses and ensembles to Denver through next Wednesday, a block away from where more than 4,000 people convene for the Western Conservative Summit this weekend.

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