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Category Archives: Colorado Politics

ColoradoCare would operate in the black for at least 9 years, supporters argue in new analysis

If passed, ColoradoCare would replace most private health insurance in the state with a universal-coverage system funded by taxpayer dollars and overseen by an elected board.

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.

Colorado anti-fracking measures fail to make ballot; possible forgery alleged

Two measures that sought to restrict fracking in Colorado won’t appear on the ballot in November after environmentalists failed to gather enough valid signatures to put the issue before voters.

Darryl Glenn’s failure to launch in Colorado’s U.S. Senate race worries fellow Republicans

Darryl Glenn’s struggling U.S. Senate campaign in Colorado is increasingly worrying Republicans and party strategists about squandering a chance to defeat a once-vulnerable Michael Bennet.

“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.

Hickenlooper defends 35 percent carbon cut, navigates climate change minefield

Gov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday downplayed the difficulty of achieving a 35 percent cut in greenhouse gas pollution from power plants by 2030 – telling oil and gas industry leaders Colorado already has a goal of a 32 percent cut.

Colorado leaders fought together for new national parks, but their views differ on protecting other federal lands

As the National Park Service celebrated its centennial this week, The Denver Post interviewed four former senators from Colorado to discuss their involvement in creating national parks and their perspectives on protecting public lands. These leaders fought together for new national parks, but their views on protecting other federal lands are less uniform.

Colorado leaders fought together for new national parks, but their views differ on protecting other federal lands

As the National Park Service celebrated its centennial this week, The Denver Post interviewed four former senators from Colorado to discuss their involvement in creating national parks and their perspectives on protecting public lands. These leaders fought together for new national parks, but their views on protecting other federal lands are less uniform.

Iran nuclear deal not as ‘explosive’ as expected in Colorado Senate race, despite Michael Bennet’s support

Once seen as radioactive to his re-election chances, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s decision last year to support a nuclear deal with Iran appears less potent now.

Q&A: Michael Bennet on Iran nuclear deal, $400 million payment tied to hostages

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet took significant political heat for his support of the Iran nuclear deal in 2015, and it remains an issue as he campaigns for re-election. Bennet spoke to The Denver Post earlier this week about the issue.

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