A Colorado Public Utilities Commission hearing Thursday on Xcel Energy’s plan to close coal-fired plants and boost renewable energy drew an overflow crowd that included a mother with a babe in...
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Nominations are open for the Governor’s Service Awards, presented annually to recognize Colorado residents and organizations for their contributions to volunteerism and service throughout the state, Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office announced this week.
A national group that recruits candidates with a military background has endorsed Democratic Army veteran Jason Crow in his bid for the 6th Congressional District seat of five-term incumbent...
A bipartisan organization that encourages veterans to run for office demanded an apology Tuesday for comments made by a national Republican campaign group about combat veteran Jason Crow’s announcement that he’s challenging U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, also a combat veteran, in next year’s election.
Recently there’s been a groundswell of support for legislation to right a four-decade wrong: a restriction using federal funds for women’s health care that has predominantly hurt the underprivileged. This ban, known as the Hyde Amendment, prohibits federal funds in Medicaid and other health programs from being used for abortions. Now the restriction stops this coverage for all federal employees, military personnel, Peace Corps volunteers, Native Americans on federal insurance and inmates in federal prisons.
Fifty-five Years Ago this week in The Colorado Statesman … Top officials with the Post Office Department — including Acting Assistant Postmaster General Sidney W. Bishop, a Denver native — unveiled major new Postal Service programs before an audience of 2,700 delegates to the 57th annual National Association of Postmasters Convention in Denver.