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CO Senators Introduce Immigration Legislation

While the immigration debate rages on in Washington D.C., Colorado Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner have introduced bi-partisan legislation they say addresses the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA, and would also increase border security. The legislation allocates $25 billion dollars to go towards increased border security Continue reading

Baumgardner Resigns Chairmanship, Must Complete Sensitivity Training

Colorado State Senator Randy Baumgardner denied recent sexual assault allegations to reporters Tuesday, but said he would be voluntarily resigning as chair of the Transportation Committee. Baumgardner will still chair the Capitol Development Committee and will remain as the vice chairman of the agriculture committee. While speaking to reporters, Continue reading

Decision Expected Soon On Consequences For Baumgardner

Multiple outlets are reporting that a decision is expected soon on potential punishment for Colorado State Senator Randy Buamgardner, concerning recent sexual harassment allegations. Baumgardner is accused of grabbing the rear end of a woman while she was working as a legislative intern at the State Capitol in 2016. Baumgardner has denied any wrong Continue reading

Senators Respond To State Of The Union

Colorado’s Senators both responded to the President’s State of the Union speech last night. Republican Senator Cory Gardner applauded the President’s speech, highlighting his call for unity, saying the goals the president outlined will “serve Continue reading

Learn More About What’s Going On At CNCC

Colorado Northwestern Community College will host a community networking group meeting next week in Craig. A variety of college representatives will be at the meeting to give presentations on Continue reading

Senators Reach Tentative Immigration Agreement

Colorado Senators Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet reached a potential agreement with a bi-partisan group of 4 other senators concerning immigration, border security, and the future of the Deferred Action for Continue reading

CO Senators Talk Immigration With Trump

Both Colorado Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner took part in a meeting with President Trump yesterday concerning immigration reform. The meeting focused on finding a citizenship solution for kids brought to the United States illegally by their parents, also known as dreamers, with the group also Continue reading

Gardner And Bennet Sound Off On Taxes

The US Senate passed their tax overhaul bill Tuesday along party lines. Due to procedural issues, The House of Representatives will vote on the bill again Wednesday morning.  It is expected to hit President Trump’s desk for a signature Wednesday before noon. After the bill was passed by the Senate. Democrat Senator Michael Bennet who voted against the bill said tax reform should have addressed the Continue reading

Tipton Talks Trump, Sage Grouse and Congress

In the final segment of our conversation with Congressman Scott Tipton he discussed the Trump administrations first year in office  and changes being made to Sage Grouse Conservation plans and how those changes could benefit our area. When asked to evaluate Congress’s performance in passing Continue reading

Trump Follows Gardner’s Proposal, Institutes New Sanctions On North Korea

Senator Cory Gardener applauded President Trump’s announcement yesterday that his administration will go after individuals, businesses and banks involved in trade with North Korea. Gardner says the steps the Trump administration announced are what he has been calling for and is a Continue reading

Study Finds Potential Voter Fraud

A study which examined 11.5 million voter records in five states, including Colorado, uncovered 112 instances of possible improper voting, which occurred in the 2016 presidential election. Ten people who voted in Colorado are suspected of casting two Continue reading

CO Officials Respond To Rescission Of DACA

President Trump’s announcement that he’d end the Differed Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, prompted a varied reaction from Colorado politicians. DACA is an American immigration policy founded by the Obama administration in June 2012. DACA allows certain illegal immigrants, whose parents brought them to Continue reading