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Silverman: Nothing is quite normal, even though we want the pandemic to end

Last week I saw empty movie theaters, shuttered stores and lonely Denver streets — let's trust science and vaccines and get back to live events

Opinion Columns

Nicolais: UCHealth’s transplant policy should make the unvaccinated re-evaluate

After UCHealth placed a transplant candidate on inactive status for failure to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, the balance between personal choice and accountability become clearer

Opinion Columns

A Colorado Springs wellness clinic is now barred from providing coronavirus vaccines

CDPHE barred Dr. Moma Health & Wellness Clinic leaders Friday from providing COVID-19 vaccines following a months-long investigation

Coronavirus

Amendment 78: Colorado voters will decide if lawmakers should have more oversight of state spending

Supporters say the measure will increase transparency while opponents call it a partisan ploy to disrupt government

Politics and Government

Zornio: Fact-checking Jared Polis on COVID, air quality and taxes

How the governor’s interview on Colorado Matters holds up to the facts. There has been intense debate.

Opinion Columns

Not enough kids are using Colorado’s school COVID testing program for it to work, governor says

Fewer than 5,000 kids — less than 1% of Colorado’s K-12 student population — are signed up for the state’s weekly testing program launched earlier this month

Coronavirus

FDA approves Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for seniors, high-risk workers

Coronavirus

Littwin: As culture wars rage around us, Jared Polis gets married without so much as a stir

A divided country fights over abortion, masks, critical race theory and more, but the fight over gay marriage seems to be over, at least in Colorado

Opinion Columns

Nicolais: Marriage was the best decision Gov. Jared Polis has made yet

Gov. Jared Polis and Marlon Reis wed on Wednesday, a fairytale triumph of love over adversity

Opinion Columns

Bureau of Land Management headquarters will head from Colorado back to Washington, Biden administration says

Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said that Grand Junction will be the agency's western headquarters and that its presence in the city will grow

Politics and Government

Northwest Colorado wild horse roundup ends with 70% of the herd removed from Sand Wash Basin

About 100 fewer horses than expected were rounded up via helicopter after national outcry and a plea from Gov. Jared Polis

Environment

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, the nation’s first openly gay governor, marries his longtime partner Marlon Reis

The couple wed at a small, traditional Jewish ceremony that was held outdoors with family and friends present

Politics and Government

Jared Polis blasts FDA delay on coronavirus vaccine booster approval: “They have blood on their hands”

Polis also urged federal regulators to quickly approve coronavirus vaccines for younger children

Coronavirus

Zornio: Could Colorado be looking at a future without cows?

As climate change worsens and bioengineering takes off, Colorado's cattle industry faces an uncertain future

Opinion Columns

Republican Heidi Ganahl files to run for Colorado governor in 2022

The University of Colorado regent, who is the only Republican official who holds statewide office, was expected to formally announce her bid Tuesday

Politics and Government

Colorado has fewer intensive care beds available now than at any other point in the pandemic

81% of people now hospitalized with COVID-19 in Colorado are unvaccinated or only partially vaccinated against the disease. About 85% of recent COVID deaths in Colorado are also among that group.

Coronavirus

Carman: A mother’s grief turns to long-overdue action in justice for Elijah McClain

Everything started to change when the Black Lives Matter movement raised the profile of Elijah McClain’s case

Opinion Columns

Colorado wants more family doctors to be able to administer coronavirus vaccines

Gov. Jared Polis announced a new $60 million grant program that could enroll hundreds more primary care providers in the vaccination effort

Coronavirus

Here’s the income-tax cut and refund payment Coloradans will get because the TABOR cap was exceeded

According to the state controller, the cap was exceeded in the 2020-21 fiscal year, which ended in June, by about $454 million

Politics and Government

Colorado’s COVID rent-assistance program is now paying out five times more following changes

Local governments were faster at distributing federal dollars than the state. With the national eviction moratorium over, federal and state improvements have sped up rent payments.

Housing
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