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Last year, the legislature commissioned a study to see what it would cost to make a range of major changes to PERA and how those changes might impact both retiree benefits and the fund’s long-term solvency.
Colorado homeowners have lost insurance after natural disasters. The Colorado Springs Gazette investigates what state regulators can do about it
President Obama's rule change would require companies to pay workers overtime if they make less than $50,000 a year -- currently that threshold is closer to $23,000 annually.
The justices want the appeals court to take into account new precedents they set with a ruling Monday concerning Arizona’s redistricting commission.
Prior to serving on the Court of Appeals, Gabriel was a private practice attorney in Denver and New York City.
The shortfall comes even as Colorado's economy is continuing to grow and tax revenues increase.
Governor on Colowyo mine: "You close this mine it will not reduce the amount of coal that's burned."
The consumer loan bill passed in the final days of the legislature with strong bipartisan support. Progressive groups decried the policy however, and led the charge for a veto.
The measure is named for Claire Davis, who was killed at Arapahoe High School in 2013. She was shot by a fellow student who then killed himself.
State lawmakers are concerned with how the DHS Executive Director Reggie Bicha manages the child welfare and mental health system.
Colorado has one of the easiest processes for residents to amend the state constitution.
The bill directs state health authorities to set new guidelines for doctors who recommend pot for "severe pain."
When asked about the issue, Gov. Hickenlooper didn't go into any specific action he might take.
The intent of the bill initially was to make the tire requirements mandatory, but sponsors of the legislation couldn't get enough support.