The Colorado Sun visited Washington to spend time with the state’s eight U.S. House members and two U.S. senators to learn more about how they operate
“These are Colorado successes we are now sharing with the nation,” says head of Colorado Youth Corps Association
Electra is patenting a low-temperature iron-making method that can also clean up discarded ore piles, with backing of Colorado congressional delegation.
While some Democrats opt to fight fire with fire, Joe Neguse inspires by proving that leading with kindness and compassion really does still work.
Elected officials across the state are organizing in opposition to a plan to ship billions of gallons of Utah’s Uinta Basin waxy crude through Colorado
The two Democrats join environmental groups and communities urging increased scrutiny of the proposed Utah railroad that would route billions of gallons of waxy crude along the Colorado River.
All five Colorado Democrats in the U.S. House signed a letter urging Mercy Hospital to reconsider its decision, which was publicized in a Colorado Sun story
The age of digital media requires us all to reexamine who we talk about and how much we talk about them
Unless Congress creates a pathway to citizenship soon, Colorado will lose thousands of workers and hundreds of millions of dollars of economic activity.
Neguse is the son of Eritrean immigrants who came to the U.S. in the 1980s. He’s also the first black member of Congress from Colorado.