Colorado lawmakers are close to finalizing a series of telecom reforms aimed in part at improving rural broadband.
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About half of Colorado’s private sector workers ages 25-64 don’t have access to retirement plans through their employers, eliminating a key piece of the retirement savings puzzle.
Some state lawmakers are pushing back against what they see as intrusive government surveillance.
The company has met its goals each year since 2007, but says standards are getting too high to meet.
Commissioners say the Governor did nothing wrong in his preparations for the Democratic Governors Association conference last summer.
Colorado is poised to become the third state in the nation to put into service its own aerial firefighting fleet.
You flooded us with questions and suggestions for the state’s water plan, now under development. We posed them to the man in charge.
The state is working on its first water plan to address the projected gap between how much water Colorado has and what the state needs.
Lawmakers plan to spend about $1 billion more in the upcoming year, which includes more money for K-12 and higher education.
Opponents are challenging Colorado’s gun control measures passed in the wake of mass shootings.
A bill in the Colorado Legislature would allow the state to lease three helicopters for the firefighting season with the option of adding an air tanker at a later time.