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11 hrs ago | Roll Call
Following the Department of Energy's finalization of its updated procedure for reviewing applications to export liquefied natural gas to countries without free trade agreements, the DOE now will only consider applications that have met the requirements under the National Environmental Policy Act before rendering a final decision.
15 hrs ago | PolitiFact
Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., who's running to unseat Democratic Sen. Mark Udall, is finding his stance on abortion targeted by another Democratic attack ad.
19 hrs ago | Roll Call
Ryan was confronted by Greisa Martinez, a national organizer with United We Dream.
Yesterday | CU Independent
Sen. Mark Udall visited CU Boulder Tuesday to lead a voter registration drive across campus and to reiterate his commitment to making college more affordable.
The Denver Post is hosting debates in three of the biggest political races in Colorado this year: for Colorado governor, the 6th Congressional District and U.S. Senate.
"You'd think Mark Udall would have clear sailing in his U.S. Senate re-election bid," writes Mike Rosen.
The Democratic politician and his wife, Maggie Fox, on Aug. 18 reached the summit of Dallas Peak just north of Telluride, completing Udall's ascsent of the 100 tallest peaks in Colorado known as "The Colorado Centennials."
It's probably unusual for political contributors to thank a candidate for taking their money, but that's what Mike Elliott, executive director for the Marijuana Industry Group, did at a pot-industry fundraiser for Rep. Ed Perlmutter last month.
It's no secret that the billionaire Koch Brothers are the proud parents of the Tea Party, Americans for Prosperity, and major contributors to all things Republican.
As a campaigns influencer, you're getting the latest newsletter out of POLITICO's in-depth series All Policy is Local: Energy, providing deeper coverage of the intersection of pressing policy issues and the most-contested midterms.
In a hard fought midterm election campaign that hinges heavily on galvanizing the party's political base, Democrats have found a potent weapon in one lowly freshman senator.
Obama's trip to North Carolina on Tuesday, where he embraced Sen. Kay Hagan on the tarmac of Charlotte's airport, is just the latest example of Obama flying into a state where a Democratic senator is facing a tough reelection bid.
Polls consistently show that young people are the strongest supporters of measures to combat climate change.
Sen. Mark Udall has made women's issues the cornerstone of his campaign, and on Tuesday several conservative anti-abortion groups are joining in, asking the Democrat in a tough re-election bid to support a bill limiting late-term abortions.
In the most heavily contested Senate races over seats now held by Democrats, corporations and business trade associations are largely sticking with the Democrats as they dole out funds from their political action committees.
Colorado's rural communities have received $545,000 in federal grants from the U.S. Commerce Department's Economic Development Administration.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 09:07 pm
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