Colorado Congressman Ken Buck continued to launch head-turning attacks on the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry, telling a Denver talk show host last week that Jerry Nadler, the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, “just doesn’t have a grip on how to run a committee.”
Just to clear up any confusion, the State of Colorado does not endorse the “Vote No on CC” campaign. In fact Governor Polis, who endorses the “CC Yes! For Colorado” campaign, spoke at its kick-off event this morning.
The campaign for Yes on Proposition CC officially kicked off this morning at Metropolitan State University, in Denver.
Dems Simply Upset With Last Election or Playing Politics, Say Republicans Who Backed Colo Recall Efforts
Democrats are pursuing impeachment for political reasons or simply because they’re upset with the last election, say Republicans who backed the recall of Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) and/or other Democrats soon after they were elected.
Last Wednesday morning, Rep. Lori Saine (R-Firestone) and Sen. Vicki Marble (R-Greeley) hosted the second public “Vaccine and Health Choice Summit” at the Colorado State Capitol.
Colorado Politics has added opinion monger Eric Sondermann as a regular columnist.
WASHINGTON — During a combative hearing Wednesday on how to end the gun violence epidemic in the United States, Congressman Joe Neguse, a Boulder Democrat, said “assault weapons have no place in civilian hands,” while, at the same hearing, Republican Congressman Ken Buck, of northern Colorado, said the AR-15 is needed to kill “predators that are trying to disturb individuals, or trying to kill chickens or disturbing agriculture in some way.”
A new report on health issues and trends in Colorado shows the state’s uninsured rate remaining at about six percent of the population, down from 16 percent before the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare.
Kaiser Permanente and unions representing workers at the non-profit hospital, including SEIU Local 105 in Colorado, announced a tentative agreement today, averting a looming strike, which was already authorized by union workers.
Over the weekend, Colorado Senator Cory Gardner again took credit for a health-insurance cost-saving program that, if Gardner had his way, would not exist.