Politics and Government
Colorado is extending its special health insurance enrollment period because so many are rushing to get coverage
The state created the enrollment period so more people can have health insurance as the coronavirus spreads
A lawmaker returns to frontlines of the coronavirus fight as an ER nurse: “You can see a tsunami coming”By John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Democrats in the Colorado legislature jostle over whether they must return to the Capitol to continue their coronavirus pauseBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The coronavirus has sickened more than 1,700 people in Colorado and killed at least 33. More than 200 people are hospitalized.
From one-time payments to student-loan help and the ability to take money out of retirement accounts without penalties, here’s how the measure will affect you
Colorado’s governor says he is using data to guide the state’s response to the coronavirus. But the numbers are incomplete.
Colorado researchers are building a model for when COVID-19 will peak in Colorado but say a lack of testing makes that harder
Residents are wondering if they can pick up children from ex-spouses, teachers want to know if they can deliver homework to students, and some people are even asking if they still have to follow traffic laws.
Public health departments representing Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Jefferson and Douglas counties say the patchwork of decrees was confusing, and tell residents to stay at home until April 11.
With state efforts lagging, Springs Rescue Mission invests in “isolation” shelter to slow the spread of coronavirus, protect people experiencing homelessness -- a move that’s “definitely a test of our faith.”
Wyoming coal interests funneled money, experts to influence Colorado PUC decision on closing parts of Pueblo plant
The Coalition of Ratepayers, a group formed by the Denver-based Independence Institute and which received money from out of state, still couldn’t stop the shutdown of Comanche Station units in Pueblo.
Governor signs bill abolishing Colorado’s death penalty, commutes sentences of state’s 3 death row inmates
Colorado becomes the 22nd state to end the use of capital punishment
Colorado’s governor decided not to issue a stay-at-home order. Denver’s mayor just acted on his own.
After initially ordering recreational marijuana and liquor stores to close Tuesday evening, the city amended its order to allow them to stay open.