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Candidate For US House In Craig Tomorrow

BeinsteinAlex Beinstein who is running to be the Colorado US Representative from district 3 will be in Craig tomorrow night. There will be a meeting sponsored by the Bears Ears Tea Party Patriots at Colorado Northwestern Community College in room 175 from 7 to 9. The meeting will allow the public to meet and receive information from Beinstein about his campaign and policies. Beinstein who is originally from Carbondale, received his Continue reading

Primaries Considered For Colorado

Vote_CheckmarkDue to criticism over the use of caucuses to determine Colorado’s presidential nominees the state is taking steps towards adopting a primary election system for the next election. A bill was passed out of the Colorado House of Representatives yesterday that would require the Governor to set a presidential primary date for any Continue reading

CO House To Discuss Life Without Parole For Juveniles

prisone-orange-jumpsuitA bill that looks to reexamine life without parole for youth offenders in the state of Colorado has passed through the senate and now will head to the house for a vote. The bill looks to align Colorado with the United States Supreme Courts opinion that life without parole for juvenile offenders is unconstitutional. If passed the state would have to revisit 49 Continue reading

Control Over Oil Rig Locations

Co-Oil-Gas-300As the battle for local control over energy production continues in the courts, the Colorado House decided not to weigh in on the debate.  The House rejected a bill yesterday that would have allowed local governments more control over where oil and gas wells were located.  The legislation specifically said the Oil and Gas Continue reading

Bill To Remove Co Pays From Birth Control Moves Through House

BC-PILLA bill that would allow women access to the birth control without being subject to co-pays passed a House second reading vote yesterday. The bill would clarify the existing law so that insurance companies can’t deny coverage or require women to pay out-of-pocket costs for all FDA-approved forms of birth control. The bill aims to fill gaps n federal Continue reading