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It’s been nearly 50 years since the United States Supreme Court legalized abortion in Roe v. Wade, and finally, the Texas fetal heartbeat bill may demonstrate a way for states to move forward with legislation that promotes a culture of life — not death. The heartbeat bill marks the beginning…

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There was a time not too long ago when I would’ve been writing this opinion piece in favor of a heartbeat bill, or six-week abortion ban. As a pastor’s kid who was raised in Evangelical churches, I was all in on “saving babies” and cheered during the 2004 election (my first presidential elec…

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Ladies and gentleman of the jury, you can decide this case by asking yourself one simple question. Would Colorado elect Bernie Sanders to be its United States senator? Of course not. 

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Michael Bennet is fighting — and winning — for Colorado’s kids and families. From a major tax cut for low-and middle-income families to historic investments in broadband and bold action on climate change, Michael has proven to be the champion we need fighting for us in the U.S. Senate.

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In 2016, the world was astonished. The people of Great Britain did something that the establishment, pollical pundits, high-priced consultants, and elites thought they would never do.

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On September 18, the Colorado Republican State Central Committee (SCC) will take a vote on whether to abolish its primary and choose its nominees through a caucus-assembly nominating process instead.

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Greg Brophy: "We need to call a spade a spade on this problem. If you trust science and data, it will lead you to one conclusion: the size of forest fires, their growing devastation, and the secondary impacts to our air and water are primarily a result of over a century of federal forest mismanagement."

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Micah Parkin: "While we all have a role to play, these are big systemic problems that require big systemic solutions. Placing the blame and responsibility of our poor air quality and climate crisis on individual Coloradans ignores the fact that the majority of pollution comes from a small number of big polluters."

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2022 is set to be a year of opportunity for Colorado Republicans. There’s a giant deficit in the Democrats’ performance in Colorado. With over a decade of single-party control at the state level, working-class Coloradans have suffered. They’re ready to try something new.

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Colorado has trended blue over the past few election cycles because of the simple fact that Democrats care about solving problems and Democrats deliver. Whether it’s full-day kindergarten for all Colorado kids, saving people money on health care, making our tax code fairer for working people…