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Gov. Polis announces $40B budget request

Gov. Jared Polis released details of his $40 billion budget request for fiscal year 2022-2023 during a press conference on Monday. The governor described it as a “fiscally prudent and balanced budget” that... Read more »

Polis executive orders give state control of hospital admissions, transfers

Gov. Jared Polis signed two executive orders on Sunday paving the way for the state to assume control of hospital admissions and transfers as Colorado’s daily COVID-19 case rate continues to increase.... Read more »

Medical errors keep killing patients – but there are laws, incentives and mindset changes that could reduce the death toll

Dr. Christopher Duntsch was a spine surgeon so reckless, incompetent or impaired that he’s now in a Texas prison. Better known as “Dr. Death,” Duntsch severed nerves, vocal cords and arteries that should... Read more »

Voters to decide on trio of fiscal measures Tuesday

Colorado voters head to the polls Tuesday where they will decide on a trio of fiscal-related measures. The three statewide measures voters will decide on are all related to tax or fiscal policy, as... Read more »

Whitmer vetoes GOP election bills

Surprising no one, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed several GOP election reform bills on Friday. “Access to the ballot box is a right, and I will continue to fight any attempt to limit... Read more »

250,000 young children vaccinated against COVID by January

Colorado is preparing a major push to vaccinate a quarter million children by the end of January in anticipation that children ages 5 to 11 will be eligible to get the vaccine... Read more »

Denver approves $400 vaccine bonus program for city employees

Denver City Council gave its final approval to a program that will pay a $400 bonus to city employees who got vaccinated against COVID-19 by September 30. The program is one of... Read more »