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Citizens put renewable energy on this year’s ballots Across several states,...

The fossil fuel-friendly Trump administration has been busy rolling back environmental regulations and opening millions of acres of public land to oil and gas...

Your weekly roundup of Colorado news and media, Feb. 25

  Rocky Mountain PBS documentary: Severe racial disparities in Colorado's infant mortality rates When it comes to newborn deaths, Colorado looks pretty good with the 5th lowest overall rate in the...

In Colorado, Karl Rove (Gardner) beats Tom Steyer (Udall)

Before Citizens United, there would be no Senate race where two outside groups would account for nearly one out of every five dollars spent.

Udall: ‘I relish the competition’

By Steve Lipsher and Marianne Goodland Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, enduring a bruising battle in the form of a challenge from Republican Congressman Cory...

Report shines light on outrageous Senate race spending

The spending on the U.S. Senate race is even more outrageous than you think. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is borrowing cash to get to Election Day. Republicans love the dark money.

Millennials on millennials and Colorado’s midterm election

IN Clements Park in Littleton earlier this month, low turnout at a student-organized rally signaled that the fervor incited by the conservative Jefferson County...

Littwin: So much money, so little speech

  This may be the year in which we finally say enough is enough. (Actually, it won't be. But if you buy the premise, you...

Steyer ad attacks Gardner for bad votes on environment, of course

  ENVIRONMENTAL politics group NextGen Climate Colorado, bankrolled by billionaire Tom Steyer, launched an ad today attacking Colorado Republican U.S. Senate candidate Cory Gardner. It...

Team Udall goes meta

  After weeks of increasingly high-pitched campaign ad volleying in the Colorado senate race between incumbent Mark Udall and Congressman Cory Gardner, Team Udall this...

Wiretap: The case for reparations

"Two hundred fifty years of slavery. Ninety years of Jim Crow. Sixty years of separate but equal. Thirty-five years of racist housing policy. Until we reckon with our moral debts, America will never be whole."