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Business’s Right to Discriminate Fails in Republican State Senate

Apr 18th, 2017 | By

Denver, CO- Breaking ranks, three Republican State Senators voted against SB283, “Clarify Discrimination and Right to Disagree,” which would have allowed businesses to refuse service to customers if doing so would conflict with the business or business owner’s beliefs.



As Thousands March for Trump’s Tax Returns, Legislature Considers Disclosure Requirement

Apr 15th, 2017 | By

Denver, CO- Thousands of protesters are expected to march today, demanding that Donald Trump release his tax returns to the public. Meanwhile, a bill is weaving its way through the State Legislature that would require Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates to disclose their tax returns in order to appear on ballots in Colorado. During the
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10,000 DougCo Residents Could Lose Health Insurance Under State Senator’s Plan

Mar 23rd, 2017 | By

Denver, CO—Freshman Senator Jim Smallwood (R-Parker) is sponsoring a bill in the State Senate that would repeal Connect for Health Colorado, the state-run healthcare marketplace set up under the Affordable Care Act. 178,000 Coloradans are currently enrolled in health plans through the state exchange. 10,397 residents of Douglas County were enrolled in 2016. The bill
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AG Candidate Sponsors Bill to Protect Coloradans from Federal Overreach

Mar 16th, 2017 | By

AG Candidate Sponsors Bill to Protect Coloradans from Federal Overreach By Nick Land Denver, Co—State Representative Joe Salazar (D-Thornton) wants to prevent the state of Colorado from aiding the Federal government in creating a registry of citizens based on their religion or ethnicity. Introduced in January as a response to President Donald Trump’s controversial immigration
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