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More Coloradans moving out as population growth brings traffic headaches, higher home prices

Denver Post
Monday, December 4, 2017
Colorado News

Colorado’s red-hot population growth rate is cooling, and while current residents may celebrate, those who are leaving in increasing numbers say they were driven away by rising housing prices, jobs that don’t pay enough and traffic jams.

Republican Tom Tancredo set to launch campaign for governor of Colorado

Colorado Politics
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Colorado News

Tom Tancredo is set to kick off a campaign for governor of Colorado, joining a crowded Republican primary field in what will be his third run for the office, Colorado Politics has learned...

ICE arrests 63 in Denver during operation targeting sanctuary cities, but city pushes back

Denver 7
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Colorado News
Immigration agents arrested 63 people in Denver as part of a four-day operation that netted nearly 500 arrests in cities federal officials say are “sanctuary” cities, despite Denver’s claim it isn’t a sanctuary city.
 

Will Colorado’s ski country get pinched by Trump’s immigration policies?

We certainly hope so
Colorado Politics
Friday, September 22, 2017
Colorado News
For all the high-profile attempts by the Trump administration to crack down on immigration...  its repeal of DACA — a far more obscure White House initiative on immigration could turn out to have the most far-reaching impact on Colorado...
 

Colorado voters are canceling their registrations after Trump request for data

Funny Thing–Voters Deregister As Trump Fraud Poll Looms
VDare
Sunday, July 9, 2017
Colorado News

Here’s a funny thing: Colorado Voters Are Canceling Their Registrations After Trump Request For Voter Data, by Sam Levine, Huffington Post, July 8 2017:

GOP-led committee OKs anti-sanctuary city bill, blocks immigration ‘overreach’ legislation

Colorado Politics
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Colorado News

A Colorado Senate Committee had partisan rulings on two bills about cooperating with the Trump administration on enforcing federal immigration laws Monday.

Aurora wrestles with "sanctuary city" label as immigrant fears escalate

City insists it is not a sanctuary city but does not enforce immigration law on behalf of the federal government
The article mistakenly referrs to illegal aliens as "immigrants"
Denver Post
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Colorado News

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