"Both of us support a pathway to citizenship for the dreamers, and both of us support border security," said Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat.
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Sen. Randy Baumgardner voluntarily stepped down as chair of the Senate Transportation Committee.
Russia is likely to meddle in this year's election. That's what intelligence officials told members of Congress Tuesday morning.
The backdrop to all this: a commission ruling in favor of a gay couple against the owner of Masterpiece Cake in Lakewood.
After Eric Ashby drowned in the Arkansas River, his companions failed to alert anyone for days. Ashby’s father wants to make their conduct criminal.
A former legislative aide says Sen. Randy Baumgardner groped her repeatedly in 2016.
John Hickenlooper says his mind is open to public feedback, but thinks Coloradans will agree that a winter Olympic bid would be good for the state.
One bill flew through the state legislature this session and landed on the governor's desk in just seven days: The Nurse Licensure Compact .
State lawmakers yesterday rejected a bill that proposed an unusual approach to Colorado's affordable housing shortage.
A Republican plan would commit existing sales taxes to road construction. Opponents worry that mean cuts to other state programs.
I refuse to meet with the President under these kinds of threats and fear mongering," Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said.
The scale of the problem has prompted Colorado lawmakers to propose a set of bills they hope may lead to better prevention and treatment.
Colorado’s two U.S. senators have struck a compromise on a measure to fund the federal government and address immigration issues.
Denver's Board of Ethics has decided that substantial gifts from city agencies to members of the City Council or the mayor’s office require public reporting.