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04.11.2020 - 20:34 [ Wikipedia ]

Hart InterCivic

Hart InterCivic Inc. is a privately held United States company that provides election technologies and services to government jurisdictions. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Hart products are used by hundreds of jurisdictions nationwide, including counties in Texas, the entire states of Hawaii and Oklahoma, half of Washington and Colorado, and certain counties in Ohio, California, Idaho,[1] Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.[2]

Hart entered the elections industry in 1912, printing ballots for Texas counties.

12.10.2020 - 20:53 [ The Hill ]

Nursing home residents stage protest of coronavirus restrictions

“They want to be able to hug their grandchildren, they want to be able to hold the hands of their loved ones,” said Ben Gonzales, an assistant administrator at the facility, according to CBS4.

03.07.2020 - 11:26 [ The Hill / Youtube ]

Saagar and Ryan Grim: How Schumer RIGGED Kentucky, Colorado primary against progressives

(01.07.2020)

Saagar Enjeti and Ryan Grim evaluate Amy McGrath’s victory in the neck and neck Kentucky primary race against progressive challenger Charles Booker.

03.07.2020 - 02:31 [ The Hill ]

Body camera footage shows park ranger shooting, killing unarmed visitor without provocation

The video, obtained by local news affiliate KOB4, shows National Park Ranger Robert Mitchell holding his Taser aimed at Charles Lorentz, who he had apparently stopped for driving at an unsafe speed near Carlsbad Caverns, a national park and popular tourist attraction.

20.06.2020 - 05:04 [ The Hill ]

Colorado governor signs sweeping police reform bill ending qualified immunity, banning chokeholds

The bill also asks cops to report their colleagues for wrongdoing, and will make officers personally liable for up to $25,000 in damages if they violate someone’s civil rights.

07.06.2020 - 00:15 [ The Colorado Sun ]

Federal judge orders police not to use chemical weapons, projectiles against peaceful Denver protesters

A federal judge issued an extraordinary ruling late Friday ordering police not to use chemical weapons — such as tear gas and pepper spray — and less-lethal projectiles against peaceful protesters in Denver.

05.06.2020 - 05:38 [ Leandro Oliva, @theintercept / Twitter ]

„what’s gonna happen is we’re gonna start beating the fuck out of you“ a little snapshot from #Denver

(01.06.2020)

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31.05.2020 - 13:00 [ theNation.com ]

Exclusive: The US Military Is Monitoring Protests in 7 States

(30.05.2020)

The US military is monitoring protests in at least seven states, according to Defense Department documents obtained exclusively by The Nation.

In addition to Minnesota, where a Minneapolis police officer killed George Floyd, the military is tracking uprisings in New York, Ohio, Colorado, Arizona, Tennessee, and Kentucky, according to a Defense Department situation report. Notably, only Minnesota has requested National Guard support.

15.05.2020 - 01:16 [ Stars and Stripes ]

Air Force space wing commander dies at Peterson Air Force Base

The Air Force has opened an investigation into Falzarano’s death but initial indications show he likely died of natural causes, officials said in a statement. Falzarano, 47, was not believed to have contracted the coronavirus, the officials said.

04.05.2020 - 16:30 [ Center For Biological Diversity / Global Research ]

Colorado Bans Cruel Wildlife-killing Contests

Wildlife-killing contests are also destructive to healthy ecosystems, within which all native wildlife species play a crucial role. Coyotes and other targeted species help to control rabbit and rodent populations and restrict rodent- and tick-borne disease transmission. And prairie dogs are an important keystone species in Colorado’s ecosystem, providing essential food and digging underground tunnels used by other native wildlife.

27.04.2020 - 03:05 [ The Hill ]

Colorado governor defends lifting restrictions: We have to make the best decision based on ‚information we have‘

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) defended his decision to begin lifting coronavirus restrictions in his state, saying it’s important to put in place sustainable social distancing practices to push ahead with coronavirus responses.

Colorado’s stay-at-home order expires Sunday, and Polis said that the state would then enter a “safer at home” phase where officials recommend residents stay home but do not require them to do so.

20.04.2020 - 19:04 [ ABC News ]

Residents protest coronavirus stay-at-home orders in 5 states

Protests occurred in Colorado, Illinois, Florida, Tennessee and Washington.