The preliminary budget proposal is creating new lists of winners and losers. Military spending goes up while money for education goes down.
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In March, 2013 a state parolee killed the popular head of the Colorado Department of Corrections, Tom Clements, and Nathan Leon, a father of three. Leon's family says his death didn't get the attention it deserved.
Just as pot became legal in more than half of states, the Trump administration indicated it may intervene on recreational marijuana, striking fear in the industry.
Weld County discovered the forgery when Curtis’ ex-wife called the county after she moved to South Carolina to get information on voting.
Older people with disabilities, in long-term care, make up nearly 10 percent of the state’s overall Medicaid population, but they account for more than 40 percent of the costs.
Cuts will impact farmers, air and water, and health care, although, Hickenlooper says, Colorado could benefit from more defense spending.
These are the largest cuts and potential impacts in EPA Region 8, which covers Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, Utah, Wyoming and 27 Tribal Nations.
Some research from the state suggests tourists are cooling to Colorado’s pot scene, and a lack of a legal places to use it might be why.
Whether it’s “trouble ahead” or “trouble behind," here’s a look at where key legislation sits, halfway through the session.
Because of the Taxpayer Bill Of Rights and state law, school districts must levy wildly different tax rates.
Carroll defeated Clear Creek County Commissioner Tim Mauck by a landslide vote of 401-38.
First the deal has to get through the legislature, which the bill's sponsor says will take some work.
Pettersen wants to put forward a bill that would require drug makers to help pay for treatment programs in Colorado.
The law was put on hold last year after a bipartisan group of objectors sued, saying the law inhibits political speech.