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. ...

US plans to boost lands, water conservation

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The “America the Beautiful″ report will recommend steps to achieve a nationwide goal to conserve 30% of U.S. lands and waters by 2030. ...

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...

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. ...

Colorado’s Colombian community rallies for protesters back home

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Members of the Colombian community in Colorado gathered at the state capitol Wednesday in support of protests against the Colombian government. ...

An idea for Colorado gas tax vote amid transportation bill debate

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Just as state lawmakers begin debating a transportation bill that comes with a new fee at the gas pump, an effort started to have voters try...

Why CU's next president isn't likely to be a Republican

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University of Colorado-Boulder President Mark Kennedy announced he is leaving, and Democrats currently control the Board of Regents. Source link

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. ...

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. ...

Vice President Harris’ family in India grapples with COVID-19

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Vice President Kamala Harris is set to deliver remarks at a State Department event focused on the effort to combat COVID-19 in India. ...

VERIFY: Social media bans don’t violate First Amendment

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Private companies like Twitter and Facebook are not beholden to the First Amendment like the government. ...

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. ...

Report: Cutting methane could dramatically curb climate change

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The U.N. report says emissions of both methane and carbon dioxide need to be cut, but methane cuts pay off quicker. ...

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. ...

Colorado state lawmaker calls colleague ‘Buckwheat’

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DENVER — With just over three weeks to go until a tentative adjournment, tempers are getting pretty hot around the state Capitol.  ...

Gov. Polis’ mask mandate change creates confusion among counties

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Many counties have current mask mandates that generally do not allow mask-less, indoor gatherings. ...

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