Incoming Attorney General Cynthia Coffman talks about same-sex marriage, the death penalty, marijuana and more.
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In response to an interview about a new bill to require Colorado high schools get approval for using American Indian mascots, a listener wrote in about the terminology used in the piece.
Jury selection for the trial of James Holmes starts today. If found guilty, he could either get the death penalty, a long prison sentence, or time in the state's mental health system.
On TABOR, Hickenlooper stopped short of directing lawmakers to go to voters to allow the state to keep budget surpluses that must be refunded.
In the speech, the governor lays out his legislative agenda for the 2015 session.
In the speech, the governor highlights past challenges while touting plans for Colorado's future.
The governor struck a positive tone in his speech, focusing on the state’s booming economy.
Ahead of Thursday's State of the State speech, two Capitol reporters help Colorado Matters review promises the governor made in the annual speech a year ago.
On the eve of his inauguration, the El Paso County Republican talked with Colorado Matters about his priorities for the term ahead.
By most measures, Colorado's economy is doing well. Unemployment is down, house prices are up, and people are flocking to the state. But for the long-term unemployed, it's a different story.
Whatever issues you care about, there’s a good chance the 70th Colorado General Assembly will try to do something about them.
President Obama recently signed a bill authorizing an investigation into whether soldiers are being discharged for behavior that could be combat-related.
State lawmakers return to work on Wednesday with divided control, many new faces, and plenty to argue about.