The subsidy program that's intended to help low-income parents get their kids into care may be helping drive some providers out of business.
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On Tuesday, the Colorado Supreme Court will consider whether Brandon Coats, a quadriplegic who used marijuana on his own time, could be fired by his employer.
In just one day last week, polls showed a range of results in the governor’s race. Find out what those polls mean -- or don't -- for this year’s big races.
The two sides battling over Amendment 68 now have raised $33 million and spent almost $29 million of that.
The 21-member group will provide recommendations to the Legislature next year that would reduce land-use conflicts.
The 19-member task force includes representatives from the oil and gas industry, ag industry, local governments and civic leaders.
The law Rep. Cory Gardner touts in a campaign ad for his Senate bid was repealed five years later after being deemed useless.