Colorado Latino Forum
Colorado neighborhoods will get tougher toxic air monitoring of heavy polluters
House Bill 1189 passed this week with a push from community advocates and conservation groups seeking more real-time, publicly disclosed tracking of dangerous pollutants like benzene.
As Suncor permits come up for renewal, advocates see chance to push for pollution cuts at Commerce City refinery
An independent review required millions in safety shutoff spending to stop refinery leaks, but neighbors and advocates want more emission controls.
Environmental groups demand Polis remove Colorado Air Pollution Control director, call for independent investigation
A whistleblower complaint filed Tuesday accused state air regulators of illegally approving permits, telling staff to falsify records
Colorado Democrats want to accelerate the governor’s emissions reduction roadmap. Polis says he’s not on board.
Climate goals and deadlines to reach them would be set in state law under Senate Bill 200. Some of the work would be funded by charging polluters a fee for each ton of carbon dioxide they release.
Now that the coronavirus vaccine is here, public health agencies must convince Coloradans to take it
At least 70% of Coloradans must get the shot to achieve herd immunity, but it will take more than a $1 million marketing budget to build credibility
Opinion: Mayor Hancock’s interference harms Denver Public Schools superintendent search
Do you have a good idea for a new state law? Here’s how to get it drafted by Colorado lawmakers
All 100 state lawmakers are allowed to introduce five bills each year, and the deadline for the first three ideas is Dec. 2.