Any legal effort to challenge the constitutionality of the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPV) will have to wait until enough states formally adopt the measure, according to numerous constitutional and legal experts on the matter.
Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper knocked Senator Michael Bennet’s presidential hopes, saying his fellow Coloradan’s tenure in government is lacking in executive experience.
John Hickenlooper’s refusal to call himself a capitalist—only to submit a day later and confess he was in fact a capitalist—perfectly reflects his indecisive governing style, according to numerous pundits and Colorado Republicans.
Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper (D.) is touting a fundraising haul of one million dollars in the two days since he announced he was running for president.
A domestic steel producer, a group of congressmen, and a coalition of conservative groups are all questioning a proposed steelmaking venture involving a Chinese manufacturer they say would imperil the political and economic purposes of President Donald Trump’s tariffs and could also create national security risks.
Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper made official on Monday what many suspected: He is running for president.
Former two-term Colorado governor John Hickenlooper (D.) is likely to announce his presidential campaign on Thursday in Denver, according to the Colorado Sun.
California representative T.J. Cox (D.) continues to dodge questions about a scathing audit by the city of Fresno that found a nonprofit for which the congressman serves as treasurer could not balance its own checkbook and did not have “effective procedures for monitoring revenues earned and expenses incurred.”
The Virginia General Assembly approved an amendment to the upcoming budget essentially thwarting an effort by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg that funded the salary of an environmental lawyer placed in the state’s attorney general’s office.
Rhode Island senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D.) filed an amicus brief in court cases where cities and counties in California are suing major energy production companies for damages related to climate change, but did not disclose he had taken political donations from the attorneys who are conducting that litigation.