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Biden Visits Denver

BIDENVice President Joe Biden was in Denver Friday to attend an event on domestic violence and a Democratic fundraiser. The fundraiser was for former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff, who is challenging Republican Representative Mike Coffman in the state’s 6th Congressional District. Biden attended a round Continue reading

EPA Grants Extension to Public Comment Period

EPA-300The Environmental Protection Agency has granted another extension in the public comment period for new carbon emissions rules. The EPA was asked to extend the period by another 60 days. The agency has granted another 45 days. That makes the entire comment period for the new rules 165 days. The rules are intended to Continue reading

Udall Silent on Bloomberg’s Comments on Colorado

mark-udall-300bloombergOne of Senator Mark Udall’s biggest supporters is taking heat for remarks he made about Colorado.  Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg Continue reading

Udall Avoids Obama, Hickenlooper Welcomes President

HickObamaBeer-GettysmallSenator Mark Udall is trying to limit his exposure with Barack Obama while the president is in Denver this week.  He will benefit, however, from the president’s visit, as Obama will hold a fundraiser for the senator.  Most other Democrats up for re-election this year are also avoiding being seen with the president, due to the Continue reading

Tipton Casts Vote on Energy

SCOTT-TIPTON-300Wild West Radio talked with Representative Scott Tipton yesterday, right after a key energy vote.  The Planning for American Energy Act passed the House yesterday, and now moves on to the Senate, where it’s likely to face opposition from Democrats. Representative Cory Gardner also voted in favor of the bill, which aims to incorporate all forms of Continue reading

Judge Upholds New Gun Laws, Appeal Imminent

AR GUNA federal judge upheld Colorado gun restrictions that limit the size of ammunition magazines and expand background checks on firearms sold online and between private parties.  In a ruling yesterday, U.S. District Judge Marcia Krieger said both laws are constitutional and that they don’t Continue reading