In 2012, 7.65 percent of proposed facilities had eight or more wells. In 2016, the share jumped to 43 percent.
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The more students living in poverty, the more it costs to educate them. But how well does the state’s funding system recognize this?
As Republicans in Washington move ahead to repeal the Affordable Care Act, a bill from Colorado GOP lawmakers to repeal the state’s health exchange has been introduced — putting the exchange on shaky ground.
Most of the money CDOT uses comes from the gas tax, which doesn’t generate revenue like it used to. So the department is exploring creative new ways to tap into drivers’ pockets.
CPR News reporters, producers and editors reviewed and annotated the governor’s annual State of the State address.
When the Denver Democrat was first elected to the state House, she was the youngest Latina. Now she's its first Latina speaker.
The following are the prepared remarks of Kevin Grantham, Senate President, on the opening day of the 7st Colorado General Assembly.
The following are the prepared remarks of Cristanta Duran, Speaker of the House on the opening day of the 7st Colorado General Assembly.
Advocates and local government leaders say they’ll keep a close eye on any announcements out of Washington, D.C. that may offer clues about the future of Colorado’s marijuana industry.
The governor and legislative leaders from both parties are working on a tax plan to put before voters in November.
House Speaker Crisanta Duran and Senate President Kevin Grantham tell us about the issues and challenges they expect in the legislative session that opens Wednesday.
Voting patterns and surveys show lawmakers are also the most polarized in state history, which can affect what laws pass.
If you and a passenger use the Express Lanes on Interstate 25 or U.S. 36, you'd best find another rider -- and soon.
A rise in consumer spending and business investment led to the state’s strongest growth in years.
Colorado says it's losing out almost $200 million in sales taxes; the U.S. Supreme Court's move means the state may be able to begin collecting on online purchases.