Governor Jared Polis

  • Capitol Coverage feature interview with Governor Jared Polis
  • Public health option no. 1 priority for Polis, allies in legislative session
  • Polis favors giving state employees more bargaining rights
  • State, federal agencies stymied by drones in Eastern Colorado

  • Capitol Coverage of Governor Polis, Republican agendas at state house
  • Progress of healthy Wyoming wolf pack may affect Colorado ballot initiative
  • Crawford State Park to offer free services on January 25th
  • Cedaredge Police Chief moves to Delta County Sheriffs office

  • Tri State will shutter all of its coal fired electric plants in Colorado, New Mexico by 2030
  • Governor Jared Polis addresses lawmakers on second day of session
  • Polis agenda at State Capitol  includes health care public option
  • Delta City Council puts Town Manager on paid leave due to personnel matter

  • As the legislative session approaches, Governor Jared Polis talks priorities
  • Governor Polis has yet to endorse any of the Democratic candidates for President
  • Water managers annual meeting in Las Vegas discusses future of Colorado River
  • Blasting, mitigation work to close I 70 today outside of Idaho Springs for 3 hours

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In this Local Motion, KVNF News goes to Montrose to visit with Governor Jared Polis. The Governor came through Montrose on November 23, promoting his Rural Economic Blueprint. He also attended a football game at Montrose High School and appeared at a job fair at the Montrose County Event Center. KVNF News caught up with him there to talk about his trip to Montrose.

  • Governor Jared Polis talks about lack of affordable housing for job seekers
  • Famous gondola connecting Telluride and Mountain Village offers free transit
  • Big storm set to move through the listening area on Thanksgiving Day

  • Governor Jared Polis visits Montrose to attend job fair, promote rural economy
  • Rulemaking for new oil and gas regs continues, tackles issue of flow lines
  • Headwaters of Gunnison, Colorado rivers to be monitored by new system
  • Study shows vaping illnesses will increase in Colorado and other states
  • Paonia Town Council to hold budget public hearing tonight

  • Capitol Coverage of new transportation spending plan
  • Governor Jared Polis visits Montrose, talks jobs, economic improvement
  • GMUG National Forest chosen to provide US Capitol Christmas Tree
  • Supect in Pueblo synagogue bombing plot faces trial for hate crime

  • Back the Badge, all 3 mill levy increases fail to pass in Delta County
  • Mesa County voters reject effort to raise money for new high school
  • City sales tax increase approved in Montrose for new police building
  • Statewide Proposition CC loses big, Proposition DD still too close to call
  • Governor Polis goes to India, promotes reusable energy sources
  • Pueblo students experiment with sending chile seeds to space
  • Two more ski resorts set to open on Friday

  • Governor Jared Polis releases his proposed budget for next year
  • Arrested man intended to bomb a synagogue in Pueblo
  • CORE Act will go to Senate after party line passage in House
  • Program to protect against fraud, scams launched in Grand Junction

  • Decker Fire outside of Salida grows to over 6,300 acres
  • Governor Jared Polis creates two new state departments
  • Virtual reality exhibit teaches about homelessness, hunger

  • Failure of recall efforts prompts lawmakers to make recalls more difficult
  • Governor Polis creates second new government office since his election
  • Even with drop outs, Democratic field of Gardner challengers remains large
  • CDOT begins enforcement of new tire tread regulations on I70 Corridor
  • Peterson Air Force Base official new home for Space Command
  • Delta Police Dept mourns loss of 19-year veteran

  • Move to protect wildlife migration corridors fueled by growth concerns
  • Capitol Coverage of Governor Polis executive order protecting wildlife
  • Food banks around Colorado face deadline to help local farmers
  • Governor Polis calls for independent investigation of Colorado Springs shooting
  • Report says Western Colorado warming faster than other regions of country

  • Governor Jared Polis dedicates Memorial Monument on Hwy 145
  • 33,000 Coloradans could lose food assistance under new Federal rule
  • Famous Chapel at Air Force Academy now closed for repairs
  • Governor Polis moves to protect wildlife corridors
  • Former Governor Hickenlooper will run for Senator Cory Gardner's seat

  • Poll says most Coloradans oppose recall effort against Governor Jared Polis
  • Hickenlooper, Bennet need big debate performances to stay relevant in race
  • Ground wells dug in Western United States threaten to tap water supplies
  • Three Air Force bases in Colorado in the running for HQ of new Space Command
  • Representative Matt Soper wants to move Parks and Wildlife to Grand Junction
  • BLM announces parcels available in oil and gas sale this September

  • Colorado will have a governor for a day with Leroy Garcia on the job
  • Governor Jared Polis to use his recall effort as a fundraising tool
  • DMEA will withdraw from contract with Tri State in 2020
  • State reservoirs at or exceeding capacity after heavy snow winter, runoff
  • New state law takes effect, smoking and vaping now banned in public places

  • Western Conservative Summit held in Lakewood; Polis, Trump jr. both speak
  • Veteran calls for increased awareness of issues for citizens, military
  • On Hayden Fire 3 year anniversary, Parks and Wildlife seeks return of cutthroats

  • Petition effort to recall Governor Jared Polis is certified
  • Paonia activist wins decision at state court of appeals
  • Combination of factors has created an epic wildflower season in Crested Butte
  • AARP of Colorado helps effort to bring lower priced Canadian medicines to state

  • State lawmakers will have more money than they thought next year
  • Back the Badge initiative holds public meetings, two more remain
  • Governor Jared Polis is denied some funding for education program
  • Parks and Wildlife warns paddle boarders: Be Safe, wear PFD's

  • Jared Polis to meet with 11 other Western governors in Vail
  • Prisons in Colorado turning into defacto mental health clinics
  • Snowpack melting quickly, rivers up all around the state
  • Gunnison County river closures made due to safety threat

  • Democracy School coming to Paonia in October
  • New minimum wage law allows employees to lobby for higher wages
  • Governor Polis signs new laws aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions
  • DMEA will conduct a helicopter survey of its service lines

  • Governor Polis signs equal pay bill into law
  • Snowpack around state at 202 percent of normal
  • Feature story on upcoming fire season in the area

  • Rockslide closes I70 in Glenwood Canyon, mitigation work continues
  • Governor Polis signs full time kindergarten legislation
  • New study indicates Colorado mothers and infants need more health care
  • Produced water spill in North Fork Valley concerns farmers, citizens

  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife fighting invasive species in lakes
  • Trio of laws signed by Governor Polis will help Coloradans afford health care
  • Governor Polis signs new laws improving access to health care for women
  • Anti-suicide efforts signed into law, lowers consent age for psychiatric treatment

  • Governor Polis signs education bills into law
  • Capitol Coverage of transportation debate in legislative session
  • Grand Junction Republican Ray Scott sued by ACLU
  • Sponsor of Red Flag Bill will face recall petition effort

  • DMEA wins lawsuit, will have Tri State exit fee decided by PUC
  • Colorado voters will get chance to legalize sports betting in November
  • EPA protections on waterways, streams in West face rollbacks
  • Governor Polis signs budget on his 100th day in office

  • House budget offers funding for full day kindergarten across state
  • Governor Jared Polis signs SB 181, oil and gas regulations could take years
  • Federal government approves Colorado River Basin drought agreement
  • Iconic chapel at Air Force Academy has unique history

  • Governor Polis signs Red Flag Bill into law
  • Bill requiring law enforcement to release more records to media is signed
  • Proposed Senate Bill would help Coloradans pay for prescription meds
  • State lawmakers approve first draft of 30.5 billion dollar budget
  • H2O Radio looks at Colorado River Basin drought mitigation plan
  • Montrose Mayor goes to Washington D.C.

  • Governor Jared Polis has 13-step plan to lower health care costs in state
  • First budget draft gives hundreds of millions to transportation
  • Colorado making progress placing foster children in homes
  • Lawmakers spearheading effort to rewrite winter driving regulations on I 70
  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife begin enacting new laws, fees for boaters

  • Governor Jared Polis unveils new logo, state branding strategy
  • Lawmakers leaving money on the table by not giving food stamps to Coloradans
  • Governor says Sheriffs can use their own discretion in law enforcement
  • Top Democrat in Senate will not support controversial gun control measure
  • Bill banning gender identity therapies headed to Governor for signature

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