The number of Colorado parents eligible to receive the federal Child Tax Credit would be cut by nearly 70% if congressional Democrats and the Biden administration cave to the demands of one of their Democratic colleagues.
As lawmakers in Washington work to find compromise on the top line number for a legislative package that contains much of President Joe Biden’s domestic agenda, Rep. Joe Neguse is calling on Democratic leaders to hold the line on gun violence prevention funding.
Federal legislation from U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse aimed at overhauling the special use permitting process for federal lands is one step closer to becoming law after clearing a House committee.
In an effort to boost vaccine take-up ahead of the upcoming festive season, the state health department has released guidance showing when to get vaccinated in order to have the greatest protection against COVID-19 by the holidays.
U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn is slamming President Biden for directing the Justice Department to begin taking action to address what Attorney General Merrick Garland labeled as a “disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence against school administrators, board members, teachers, and staff.”
Programs funded by the state Department of Human Services that deploy law enforcement officers in tandem with behavioral health clinicians have been successful in diverting those facing a behavioral health crisis away from incarceration and toward treatment and services, a report from the state agency has found.
The anonymous tip line Colorado students and parents can call to report safety concerns at school in September saw more than a 100% increase in call volume over Sept. 2020 as students returned to classrooms after COVID-19 closures.
The bottom line: The training ground has never been so fertile on the left. It wasn’t always that way.
Democratic Attorney General Phil Weiser is urging a U.S. Senate subpanel to look into legislative oversight and regulation of major social media companies.