I share lawmakers’ desire to protect consumer privacy, but we can’t regulate a dynamic, complicated, marketplace like digital advertising with dragnet legislation like ADPPA.
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3 Years After Pandemic Emergency, Colorado Normalizes COVID Care
The latest update to the disaster order came on March 7, with an additional note that the state’s General Assembly is working on legislation to codify parts of the executive order that keep the state eligible for federal funding.
Colorado Releases New Electric-Vehicle Plan as EV Sales Hit 10% Market Share
More than 1 in 10 new cars sold in Colorado in 2022 were electric vehicles, and state officials on Thursday laid out their plans to accelerate a “large-scale transition of Colorado’s transportation system” and reach nearly 100% EVs by 2050.
Colorado, Don’t Break Your Promise to Lock Up Fewer Kids | Opinion
I once read that your quality of life depends on the quality of your relationships.
From Formula to Medications and Child Care, Parents Are Being Crushed Under a Wave of Shortages
Last summer, when her daughter was still drinking formula, Brittani Roberts often drove from store to store trying to find enough to feed her.
Bipartisan Colorado Car Theft Bill Advances Through State Senate Committee
A bill that would make all car thefts in Colorado a felony-level crime passed through a state Senate committee amid questions of whether the policy would actually reduce crime or increase the number of solved cases.
Historic Set of Firearm Regulation Bills Unveiled by Colorado Democrats
Colorado Democrats unveiled a highly-anticipated slate of bills Thursday that aim to curb gun violence in the state by restricting who can possess a firearm and when they can purchase one.
Largest Black Caucus in Colorado History Goes To Work at the Capitol
When state Sen. Rhonda Fields began her first term as a representative in the Colorado General Assembly in 2011, she was one of two Black lawmakers, alongside Angela Williams.
Conservation as a Tool for Strengthening Business
A few miles south of Durango on a parcel of Florida Mesa land overlooking the Animas River, a landowner is using an increasingly popular land conservation technique to ensure a viable long-term business, combining water-efficient farming with programs to help veterans groups and at-risk youths connect with nature and find healing.
This Is What $2.2M Can Do for the Largest Latino Nonprofit of Its Kind in Colorado
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet heard firsthand accounts Friday of how the federal funding he helped secure for nonprofit Servicios de la Raza is helping Colorado’s Latino and Latina community.