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Denver, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Saja:

Colorado wildfire update: High Park fire increases slightly overnight, containment still at 10%

The High Park fire in Teller County grew to 1,149 acres Sunday morning and is still 10% contained, according to fire incident officials. → Read More

U.S. Rep. Jason Crow advocates for more weapons to help Ukrainians in their fight against Russia

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy didn’t ask for a no-fly zone or troops on the ground in his meeting with U.S. Rep. Jason Crow and other congressional members. → Read More

“Exactly what we feared”: Colorado activists, lawmakers react to leaked Roe v. Wade decision

What happens if Roe v. Wade is overturned? Colorado activists and lawmakers react to the leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion to overrule Roe v. Wade just weeks after Colorado guaranteed the right to abortion in state law. → Read More

Aurora to become first Colorado city to exempt diapers from city sales tax

Aurora could soon become the first city in Colorado to exempt diapers from local sales tax after the City Council approved the measure Monday night. → Read More

Colorado GOP embraces election conspiracy theories in nominations for secretary of state, Senate

Election deniers received the support of the Colorado Republican Party faithful on Saturday as delegates voted to put candidates like indicted secretary of state candidate Tina Peters and U.S. Senate candidate Ron Hanks on the GOP primary ballot. → Read More

Mike Lindell, Tina Peters and other election deniers spread conspiracy theories at Colorado Capitol

Four Colorado GOP state representatives joined indicted Republican Mesa County clerk Tina Peters and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell at an election conspiracy rally Tuesday outside the state Capitol, where plenty of accusations were made but no proof of widespread voter fraud was presented. → Read More

Colorado now guarantees the right to abortion in state law

Getting an abortion without government interference is now guaranteed in Colorado after Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill Monday enshrining that right in state law. → Read More

Colorado now guarantees the right to abortion in state law

Abortion access is now guaranteed in Colorado law after Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill enshrining that right Monday. → Read More

Colorado now guarantees the right to abortion in state law

Abortion access is now guaranteed in Colorado law after Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill enshrining that right Monday. → Read More

“Tip of the iceberg”: Green Valley Ranch foreclosures spotlight Colorado’s lack of HOA regulation

In Colorado, homeowners associations operate without oversight from any state regulatory agency, including the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, whose real estate division oversees agents, brokers, developers, mortgage lenders and appraisers. → Read More

Homeless camping ban to begin in Aurora next month after getting City Council approval

Homeless camping will soon be prohibited in Aurora after the conservative-majority City Council voted to approve an urban camping ban Monday night. → Read More

Colorado bill to guarantee abortion rights headed to the governor’s desk after final vote in the legislature

Colorado state senators passed HB22-1279 on a party-line vote of 20-15 Wednesday, a measure brought by Democrats aimed at proactively protecting abortion rights with the impending threat of the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. → Read More

Colorado lawmakers advance measure aimed at protecting abortion rights from federal threat

Nearly 14 hours after the hearing on the bill to enshrine abortion rights into state law began, Colorado lawmakers advanced the measure out of its first committee early Thursday morning. → Read More

Citing crisis point, Colorado Democrats act to guarantee abortion rights in the state

Nearly a week after defeating three GOP abortion bills, Colorado Democrats introduced legislation Thursday to codify the right to an abortion in state law. → Read More

Aurora City Council faces lawsuit if it moves forward with investigation of council member, attorney warns

Denver-based civil rights attorney David Lane sent Aurora City Council members a warning letter Wednesday: If they move forward with an investigation related to possibly censuring one of their members, he would file a lawsuit in federal court. → Read More

Republican Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters announces run for Colorado secretary of state

Republican Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters announced she's running for Colorado secretary of state in 2022 while she is the subject of ongoing federal, local and state investigations. → Read More

A second county election official in Colorado is suspected of security breach

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold's office is investigating a second county clerk over a possible elections security breach and has ordered Elbert County Clerk and Recorder Dallas Schroeder to turn over information related to allegations that he copied a voting system hard drive. → Read More

Watch: Colorado Gov. Jared Polis gives his 2022 State of the State address

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis will be giving his annual State of the State address at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Colorado Capitol, the final of his first term in office. → Read More

‘It’s going to be a long road ahead’: Families watched helplessly as homes smoldered in aftermath of Marshall fire

Families who lost their homes in the Marshall and Middle Fork fires sifted through rubble and watched smoldering cinders on Friday as they worried about the long road ahead to rebuild. → Read More

“It’s going to be a long road ahead”: Families watched helplessly as homes smoldered in aftermath of Marshall fire

Families who lost their homes in the Marshall and Middle Fork fires sifted through rubble and watched smoldering cinders on Friday as they worried about the long road ahead to rebuild. → Read More