"Why wouldn't we -- couldn't we -- bring healthy foods directly to people?"
Even if a Republican wins the Colorado governor's office, there's very little chance that the state will abandon its support of legal marijuana.
Colorado will join states upholding climate agreement despite Trump withdrawal, Hickenlooper announces at Red Rocks
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Tuesday that Colorado will join the U.S. Climate Alliance and that by executive order, he will create a specific goal for carbon reduction.
The Double Up Food Bucks, or DUFB, program led by LiveWell Colorado gives food stamps recipients $20 worth of free locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables each time they use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits at participating farmers markets and grocers.
Denver is kicking in $100,000 as part of its latest effort to address food insecurity in Globeville, Elyria-Swansea, Montbello, Westwood and other areas where access to groceries is limited.
Denver set $3 million aside to get grocery stores in Globeville-Eyria-Swansea, Westwood and Montbello, but so far no supermarkets have announced plans to enter the food deserts.
The ruling in county court does not stop Denver from continuing the policy, but the ACLU hopes it will lead Denver to "close the book on this experiment."