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Florida breaks the record for largest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases; the Moving Forward Act could help with coastal restoration.

2020Talks - July 13, 2020  


GOP anti-Trump groups multiply, like Super PAC 43 Alumni for Biden. And lawmakers and career prosecutors criticize Trump for commuting the already shortened sentence of Roger Stone.

Public News Service - CO: Civic Engagement

It looks like Colorado is on its way to giving lower-income families some guaranteed tax breaks.

DENVER - It looks like Colorado is on its way to giving lower-income families some guaranteed tax breaks, although a few stars have to align correctly to make it happen. On Monday, the Colorado House gave its final approval to a state Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). It would be made permanent whene

Celia Reyes-Martinez with Mi Familia Vota Education Fund says Gonzalez's case is one example of why lawmakers in Washington need to pass solid immigration reform.

DENVER – Tania Valenzuela is a community activist in Denver, helping other immigrants and minorities fight for their rights in the workforce and in their neighborhoods. Now, she finds herself fighting for her mother, Imelda Gonzalez, who is facing deportation after living in the United State

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DENVER - A nonprofit organization, widely known as "ALEC" and funded by some of the state's and nation's largest corporations, continues to influence Colorado and national policies. The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) identifies itself as the "state legislators' think-tank" but a growin

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DENVER - Gun control is a divisive issue in Colorado, and some are wondering if there can be a civil conversation about proposed state legislation on the matter. Today, the state Senate begins hearings on a package of proposed gun control laws, which range from stepped-up background checks to limits

DENVER - The U.S. Supreme Court today begins considering the future of a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. The law was designed to help make sure that everyone would have an equal right to vote - banning practices such as poll taxes or other voter intimidation efforts. But now, nearly 50

DENVER - A new survey finds Latino voters in Colorado are engaged for the upcoming election - and want the government to take up two key issues. Nearly half of those surveyed say fixing the economy and improving employment is the nation's key issue, with immigration reform and the DREAM Act coming

PHOTO: The University of Denver is host to the first Presidential debate of the 2012 election season, between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney,

DENVER - All eyes will be on Denver tonight as the first presidential debate of the 2012 election season gets under way. The debate between President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will focus on domestic issues. Both candidates could be at risk here, says Ken Bickers, a political scien

GRAPHIC: You've earned a say

DENVER - AARP is kicking off a statewide tour of Colorado today, aimed at helping people understand the issues in the November election and encouraging them to vote. It's all part of the the AARP Main Street You've Earned a Say outreach effort, a national campaign designed to bring the discussion o

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