A housing tax credit and making leveling the "playing field" for Coloradans are on House Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst's agenda in 2016.
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A group at the University of Denver proposes a new way to hold lawmakers accountable, and get them to tackle big issues.
In our series about bills that died and live again, we get some historical perspective from two longtime lobbyists.
Two Colorado lawmakers hope for a different outcome in 2016 after their bill died twice at the Capitol earlier this year.
Listeners react to recent Colorado Matters stories.
Pupil enrollment is down, and local communities' contributions were higher than expected.
Supporters say it's too easy for homeowners to sue condo builders and a fix would help alleviate the state's affordable housing shortage.
In our series on bills that died and will return, a lawmaker questions the state's roughly $4.7 billion in breaks.
Getting broadband Internet to rural areas can boost income and employment -- if residents adopt it.
In his monthly conversation with Colorado Matters, the governor also talked about how to prevent mass shootings, and his fitness for the vice presidency.
Jobs added since the Recession are mostly low-paying, hurting Black, Latino and young working Coloradans the most, according to a new report.
Mountain lion hunting is one of the most physically challenging -- and some say most rewarding -- kind of hunting, but opponents say it's cruel and should be banned.
Many advocates for legal abortion are blaming heated rhetoric for violent incidents across the country. Some in state government say that's not the problem.