“I thought yesterday was a tipping point,” Victor Mitchell, a former state lawmaker and recent gubernatorial candidate, told Colorado Matters.
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An adviser to a Democratic legislative leader in Colorado has been punished for helping a progressive group put a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin on brief display at the state capitol building.
Gov. John Hickenlooper also made it clear he opposes both oil and gas measures that could be on the ballot this November.
Colorado Commission for the Homeless backs the program. But there are still critics at the state legislature, who promise to take a hard look at it next session.
Seats in Congress are adjusted every 10 years. A Washington Post analysis says a number of states, including Colorado may gain a seat following the 2020 census.
Mayor Michael Hancock is promoting a series of plans for the city that spans the next 20 years.
Sen. Michael Bennet has cosponsored, and Sen. Cory Gardner supports, a bill that could raise $6.5 billion for parks maintenance.
The film shifts the focus from Washington, D.C., to the West to explore political corruption.
The opinion is a surprise, as many legal experts believed a statewide vote was necessary to alter Colorado’s constitution to allow sports gambling.
Some people call it harassment. Others say it’s fair game under the First Amendment.
Supporters are short on time to collect the required 5,000 signatures before the mid-August deadline. Instead, they’re aiming for the Denver’s May 2019 ballot.
Former government staffers and academics discussed Trump and Putin's meeting at the Aspen Security Forum.
Secretary Ryan Zinke is planning to move BLM headquarters. Coloradans in Congress are angling for a Colorado location.
“I think this is one of the lowest moments that we've had as a country in our foreign policy in a long time,” Bennet told CPR News.