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Recent articles by Saja:

The results are in — again: Tina Peters lost her GOP primary election for secretary of state nomination

A recount of votes in the GOP primary for Colorado secretary of state shows what election officials knew to be true from the first round of counting: Tina Peters, an election denier, did not come c… → Read More

Tina Peters says she raised $230,000 to pay for recount of the GOP primary she lost

Two former Colorado GOP candidates Tina Peters and Ron Hanks have submitted additional requests to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office for recounts of their respective races, and at leas… → Read More

Getting convicted of stealing a car in Aurora will soon mean more jail time

People who steal cars in Aurora and get caught can expect to face longer jail time than the rest of the state after the City Council passed new mandatory minimums in its municipal code. → Read More

Colorado won’t cooperate with abortion investigations in other states, Gov. Jared Polis says in new executive order

Colorado doesn’t intend to cooperate with criminal or civil investigations against people who provide, assist with or receive abortions in the state, Gov. Jared Polis directed in an executive… → Read More

Colorado, now an abortion ‘safe haven,’ prepares for new challenges in providing care – Greeley Tribune

Colorado passed a law this year that guaranteed the right to an abortion in the state, but advocates and lawmakers say there’s more to be done now that so many other states won’t allow … → Read More

What Colorado’s leaders are saying about Roe v. Wade being overturned

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, which guaranteed the right to an abortion in the nation, has, as expected, drawn admonition from Colorado’s Democrats and praise… → Read More

Election-denying clerk Tina Peters, deputy Belinda Knisley barred from overseeing 2022 elections in Mesa County

For the second year in a row, a judge has ruled that GOP Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters and Deputy Clerk Belinda Knisley are barred from overseeing an election -- this time, through the November 2022 election. → Read More

US 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 – Greeley Tribune

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 rig… → Read More

Altitude-Comcast blackout: Colorado lawmakers end effort to force mediation during sports team blackouts

A proposed law, spurred by the ongoing dispute between Altitude TV and Comcast, to require professional sports networks and cable providers to submit to arbitration to avoid prolonged blackouts was abandoned Thursday. → 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. Sena… → 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 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

Ukrainian immigrants in Colorado feel the pull of home, tell Polis and Coloradans how to help

Gov. Jared Polis met with community leaders at a coffee shop Tuesday to discuss what can be done to help Ukrainians and to sanction Russia. → Read More

Election conspiracy groups target Colorado clerks, seeking access to voting equipment

Colorado county clerks, like other local elections officials across the country, have been facing increased pressure from people trying to cast doubt on the integrity of U.S. elections spreading th… → Read More

Third Colorado county clerk under investigation for possible election security protocol breach

A third Colorado county clerk and recorder is now under investigation by the secretary of state’s office over allegations of potentially breaching election security protocols. → 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 Sch… → Read More

Colorado Republicans vote to thank Jan. 6 crowd, support Tina Peters and question Joe Biden’s election

Two-thirds of Colorado House GOP members voted in favor of formally thanking state Rep. Ron Hanks and those who joined him at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

Colorado Republicans vote to thank Jan. 6 crowd, support Tina Peters and question Joe Biden’s election

Two-thirds of Colorado House GOP members voted in favor of formally thanking state Rep. Ron Hanks and those who joined him at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

Colorado House Republicans protest mask requirements in Capitol

One Republican representative argued that she doesn’t wear a mask because of a “different set of facts” → Read More