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Democratic congressional candidate Levi Tillemann on Tuesday condemned as “bigoted” and “clearly dogwhistle politics” a demand issued by Victor Mitchell, a Republican running for governor of Colorado, that one of his primary opponents — a member of a famous Mormon family that includes Mitt Romney — return all campaign contributions he’s received from Utah residents. But Mitchell […]
Republican gubernatorial candidate George Brauchler raised $190,696 in the just-completed fundraising quarter — nearly all of it from Colorado residents and with donors to date in all 64 of the state’s counties, his campaign said Monday.
Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell on Monday called on primary rival Doug Robinson to return campaign contributions he’s received from Utah residents — including Mitt Romney, Robinson’s uncle, and other members of the Romney clan — but Robinson rejected the demand and mocked Mitchell’s fundraising record.
As leaders in the faith and labor communities, we stand together during one of the greatest injustices of our time as Senators push for a bill that is a moral travesty and will hurt nearly every family in our nation. Like most Americans, we know that Medicaid and quality, affordable healthcare are imperative to the […]
After a ballot question threatened to rid Pueblo County of its marijuana industry in November, the debate continues over whether pot has been good for the community. That debate isn’t confined to Pueblo, or even the state, but reaches as far as Vermont, where Gov. Phil Scott vetoed a bill earlier this year that would […]
We’ll just cut to the chase on the results of a new poll commissioned by Children’s Hospital Colorado — and, please, be sure you are seated. From the hospital’s press release highlighting the findings: A recent poll conducted by a leading Republican pollster finds a “universal belief” among Colorado voters across the political spectrum that […]
Colorado’s two U.S. senators, Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner, both said Tuesday they were glad Senate Republicans decided to delay a vote on legislation meant to overhaul the health care system, although it was for different reasons. Bennet, a Democrat, said it was chance for a fresh start, while Gardner, a Republican, called it an […]
The health care debate has so far focused primarily on patient impacts. As well it should, a healthy Colorado is in everyone’s best interests. But there are additional factors Congress should keep in mind as it considers legislation that could reshape Medicaid as we know it — the economic effects.