Sessions recently sent letters to the governors of Colo., Alaska, Ore. and Wash., detailing his concerns with state regulatory efforts. Colorado has responded.
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The national Centrist Project will target the state in its mission to get people who aren't affiliated with a political party elected.
The Democrat and Republican are working on a bipartisan plan to stabilize health insurance markets and give more power to states.
When Perlmutter exited the governor's race earlier this year, he said he would also not seek re-election in Congressional District 7.
Some 25,000 Coloradans have registered or re-registered to vote since June.
But Colorado's junior senator received multiple compliments for his recent statement criticizing President Trump.
A host of new laws take effect August 9, including legal immunity for pet rescuers so long as they follow the rules.
Coffman stressed his ideas for health care reform, his displeasure for Trump’s tweeting and how to move forward on immigration reform in a wide-ranging town hall.
"I am actively exploring a bid," Lynne told The Denver Post. "I want to make sure that I have everything in order."
President Trump says he's OK if Obamacare "implodes," and he may take a step toward that soon.
Here's what Gardner had to say ahead of the late night vote for the so-called "skinny bill" to replace the ACA.
The original request had been on hold pending a court case. The U.S. District Court in D.C. has denied the motion made by the Electronic Privacy Information Center.
After months of being urged to vote one way or another on the fate of the Affordable Care Act, Colorado's two senators now go on the record.
Colorado's senators split ways on the motion to move forward. Republican Cory Gardner voted to proceed, while Bennet against.
Republican Senate leadership has proposed a vote on a straight repeal of the Affordable Care Act after a replacement bill failed to get off the ground last week.