Now that Colorado Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner has been wielding the mic and fielding bruising questions from a roving rabble of activists at town hall-style meetings around the state, it seems the months-long drumbeat for him to meet with the masses is dying down. Enough so for him to take some time for a […]
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ALERT: DENVER POLICE MOVING TO ARREST PROTESTERS WITH DISABILITIES IN CORY GARDNER’S OFFICE https://t.co/kRUWvs6C28 #copolitics #cosen — ProgressNowCO (@ProgressNowCO) June 30, 2017 WATCH: Protestors told they need to leave @SenCoryGardner ‘s office #copolitics https://t.co/b0rF3h4paf — Lee Ann Colacioppo (@LAColacioppo) June 30, 2017 This is the wrong move, Cory. #copolitics https://t.co/FH08PmXjqL — Alan Franklin (@alanfranklin) June […]
Overheard in line at a Denver supermarket: “Yeah, I’m seeing them all the time on the TV news — the ladies dressed like Little Red Riding Hood.” They are indeed becoming a staple of Colorado news coverage — on TV, in print, online — though, of course, they’re not going for Little Red Riding Hood. […]
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 […]
So, maybe all us Coloradans at last can stop our worrying, OK? U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s office even provided a video clip of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke confirming for Gardner in a committee hearing Tuesday what Gov. John Hickenlooper had concluded earlier this year: that Canyons of the Ancients National Monument in Southwest Colorado isn’t going […]
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner issued a statement today welcoming the end of a 13-year Chinese ban on U.S. beef imports — reminding voters he’s all in for international trade that benefits his home state even if his fellow Republican in the White House is a trade hawk: “As Chairman of the Foreign Relations Subcommittee on […]
A leading voice of Colorado business statewide, the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, pretty reliably leans Republican on most of its policy stances even as it tries to maintain good relations with both parties at the statehouse. But there’s one issue — international trade — that divides the GOP itself in the era of Donald Trump. And CACI […]
When Colorado native and Washington insider David Bernhardt sat for his confirmation hearing last month following his selection by the Trump administration as deputy secretary of the interior, he inevitably drew cheers and jeers. The former from Republicans and energy industry advocates fresh from battling the Obama administration’s eight-year crackdown on fossil fuels; the latter, from Democrats and environmentalists […]
As the White House continues its survey of dozens of national monument designations, a bipartisan group of federal lawmakers from Colorado and a state official have urged the Trump administration to protect the state’s lone site under review.
It’s time to shutter Capitol Hill’s infamous revolving door of retiring federal lawmakers transitioning into the lobbying industry, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet says. “Washington has become all too comfortable with the spin of the revolving door,” said Bennet, a Democrat from Colorado, in a statement.