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A coalition of labor unions said this week that a poll it fielded in a Democratic legislative primary in Denver wasn't meant to inflame racial bias after another group of union leaders cried foul, accusing the poll's sponsors of using the survey to launch "overtly racist and outrageously false attacks" on one of the candidates running in Colorado's June primary. Continue Reading

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The Colorado Commission on Indian Affairs on Thursday opted to clear all but one of the dozen schools listed as out of compliance with a state law barring the use of any American Indian mascot or symbol in public schools unless that school had an agreement with a Native American tribe. Continue Reading

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Gov. Jared Polis is greeted by President of the Senate Leroy Garcia before delivering his State of the State address on Jan. 13 at the state Capitol. Polis would go on to outline an ambitious agenda to lift the economic burden on Coloradans, keep them safe from violence and signal the start … Continue Reading

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DENVER (AP) — Prosecutors in a western Colorado county said Thursday they found no evidence of tampering in the 2020 presidential election as alleged by a clerk who has become a prominent voice among those promoting former President Donald Trump’s unfounded claims of a stolen election. Continue Reading

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District attorneys are offering divergent interpretations of the compromise that finally broke the gridlock and facilitated passage of the legislative response to Colorado's fentanyl crisis, with some insisting the new language burdens prosecutors while others maintaining it does the contrary. Continue Reading

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Colorado's legislators, who for months disagreed on a strategy to confront the state's spiraling fentanyl crisis, finally settled on a compromise and approved this year's most contentious legislation with barely more than an hour to spare before they're constitutionally required to end the 2… Continue Reading