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As part of our 2020 election coverage, we spoke with two of the three candidates running for Director of District A, which covers the Denver metro area.
Ballot Measure 2A seeks to raise around $40 million by increase sales taxes while inadvertently raising controversy.
Gov. Polis provided an update on how the state plans to deal with outdoor restaurant seating during the cold months of winter.
The COVID-19 pandemic put a hold on "nonessential" medical procedures earlier this spring, including in-vitro fertilization.
On Sept. 16, Denver City Council voted to expand funding for the Empowerment Program, a harm-reduction solution that focuses on women.
In a night filled with cross-talking, deceptive statements and flying insults, it's still unclear who won the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden.
The Denver March 4 Black Women came just days after the Breonna Taylor verdict. It was marked by powerful speakers and a nearby shooting.
SlutWalk Denver once again graced the streets with femmes in pleaser high heels and pasties this year, despite pandemic hurdles and the increased presence of right-wing militia in the city.
The march and rally began in 2011 in Toronto, Canada after a police officer suggested women “should avoid dressing like sluts” to prevent sexual assault. Since then, the movement has grown globally with thousands of participants each year calling for an end to rape culture and slut-shaming.
“SlutWalk was an international movement where every SlutWalk happened in 2011 in July, simultaneously,” said Becky Taha’Blu, a Denver organizer since 2016. “It debunked the fact that women can't organize.”
The Party for Socialism and Liberation held a rally on Sept. 19 to protest the arrests of six Justice for Elijah McClain protesters.