Things will pick up next week, after lawmakers get a better idea of how much money is available.
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There are five measures in all, sponsored by four Democrats and one Republican.
Analysis by an editor at The Economist finds the Mexican drug cartels hurting, but pot use has gone up in Colorado.
Right now, CDOT only has enough money to maintain the state’s highway system in its current condition for the next 10 years.
Who's allowed to drive in Colorado? Is it a matter of public safety or a form of "back-door amnesty"? Two state lawmakers make their case.
At lawmakers' request, a diverse group recommends when cameras should be turned on and off, and when the public should know about a recording.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says changes to the Hospital Provider Fee structure could free up hundreds of millions of dollars for state budget priorities.
Officials say the new configurations at some highway exits will result in faster commutes and less-severe accidents.
Nationally, the group will spend hundreds of millions of dollars on the 2016 election, a portion of that in Colorado. What are their goals?
Tom Sullivan of Centennial fought back tears when he talked about how his son Alex is still with him in spirit as he prepares for the race.
The governor also discussed transportation funding, single-payer healthcare, and his biggest legislative priority in his regular conversation with Colorado Matters.
Laws that criminalize activities associated with being homeless are not the right approach to dealing with the issue, the report says.
On Wednesday, lawmakers begin hearings on a bill to let a terminally ill patient end their life with drugs prescribed by a doctor.
People with criminal backgrounds who try to turn their lives around say they enounter a demoralizing barrier on job applications.