Colorado considers plan to rein in lawmaker recalls

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Recalls have become a more popular tool in Colorado politics lately. A bill in the legislature could change the process ...

Aspen City Council votes no on magic mushrooms for therapy

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Aspen City Council members say it’s not municipal government’s place to advocate for psilocybin mushrooms as part of psychedelic therapy. ...

Biden’s first address to Congress is invite-only due to COVID

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Colorado Democrats Sen. John Hickenlooper and Rep. Joe Neguse are among those who will be attending, their offices said. ...

What’s in Biden’s education plan? Breaking down the $1.8T

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The plan includes $200 billion to provide free preschool to all 3- and 4-year-olds. The Biden administration estimates 5 million children would benefit. ...

Biden to the nation: ‘America is rising anew’

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The president pointed to the emergence from the pandemic as a vital moment to rebuild the U.S. economy and fundamentally transform roles the government plays. ...

Colorado Democrats’ new election bill focuses on recalls

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The 82-page bill, introduced by Democratic lawmakers, would change some of Colorado's election laws related to recalls, ballot drop boxes and voter registration. ...

Biden’s first address to Congress: Key takeaways

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Biden has used his first address before a joint session of Congress to make the case that his administration has made progress during his first 100...

Tim Scott speech praises Trump for COVID turnaround

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The senator from South Carolina gave the official Republican response to President Joe Biden's first address to Congress. ...

Uber, Lyft offering rides to encourage COVID vaccines

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The partnership with the ride-sharing companies marks the latest in a series of government-encouraged efforts to increase access to shots. ...

How many sought jobless benefits last week?

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Jobless claims have fallen sharply over the past year but remain well above the 230,000 weekly figure typical before the pandemic struck the economy in March...

FDA to try and ban menthol cigarettes

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The Food and Drug Administration is under pressure from African American groups to remove the mint flavor, which is popular among Black smokers. ...

CO Democratic lawmakers to roll out package of gun safety bills

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Colorado Democrats have a list of new gun violence prevention bills they plan to introduce, coming about a month after the recent mass shooting in Boulder. ...

Biden’s proposed policies: What will pass, what won’t?

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The president said that “doing nothing is not an option” on his two massive infrastructure investment proposals, which would cost $4.1 trillion. ...

Pentagon preparing as US troops set to leave Afghanistan

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Biden has said all US troops will be gone by Sept. 11, the date of the 2001 terrorist attacks that prompted the U.S. to invade Afghanistan...

Biden approval rating hits 63% in new AP poll

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The AP-NORC poll also found 54% say the country is on the right track, higher than at any point in AP-NORC polls conducted since 2017. ...

Afghan pullout begins formal start of final phase by US, NATO

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The last 2,500-3,500 U.S. troops and about 7,000 allied forces will be gone by Sept. 11 at the latest, although Western diplomats in Kabul say July...

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