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WATCH: Fixing Colorado’s mountain lifeline — dreams for a better I-70

Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) director Shoshana Lew, mountain community leaders and environmental advocates will pitch in on plans to solve the Floyd Hill pinch, what climate change means for fire evacuation in mountain communities, and whether we will ever get that mountain train on the way to cutting pollution, in a forum led by […]

Posted inEducation, Events, News

WATCH: Misinformation vs. The Machine — Tumultuous topics in the classroom

Part two: Tumultuous Topics on the Classroom will focus on looking at current events in the classrooms and how teachers can strategically approach these issues in politically polarized times. The event series is open to anyone interested about learning about the topics, helping others learn about fact vs. fiction. Information shared during the three-part series […]

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WATCH: Life after High School – Opportunities in the Trades

College is far from the only option for Colorado’s high school graduates, many of whom find themselves better suited to careers in skilled trades, such as plumbing, electricity, welding and construction. Students can get a jumpstart on a career in the trades while still in high school, with vocational training and apprenticeship opportunities that give […]

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WATCH: John Hickenlooper discusses his first year in the U.S. Senate and what comes next

U.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper joins The Colorado Sun on Monday night to discuss his first year in the U.S. Senate and what comes next. The Colorado Democrat was elected to Congress in 2020 after serving two terms as Colorado’s governor. Before serving as governor, Hickenlooper served as Denver’s mayor. The event is moderated by Colorado […]

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WATCH: We talk with Gov. Jared Polis, key state lawmakers about the upcoming legislative session

Join our lively discussion on the hot issues affecting Colorado this election year. Will there be a lot of action early on? Will the State Legislature accomplish more since it’s an election year? What legislation will lawmakers be teeing up when the session opens Jan. 12? Jesse Paul, The Colorado Sun’s political reporter will be […]

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Michael Bennet believes the child tax credit expansion will be made permanent. But he’s not sure how long it will take.

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet said Monday that he’s confident the one-year expansion of the federal Child Tax Credit will be made permanent. But the Colorado Democrat conceded that he’s not sure when that will happen.  “The question is going to be how long will that take and how much fighting will there be,” he said […]

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WATCH LIVE: Colorado Legislative Session Recap

Colorado’s wild 2021 legislative session is over — now let’s talk about what happened. Featuring live interviews with Colorado lawmakers. About this event Colorado’s wild 2021 legislative session is over — now let’s talk about what actually happened. Hosted by Colorado Sun politics reporter Jesse Paul, come join us to break down the biggest wins […]