“According to Homeland Security, we were not attacked, probed, breached, infiltrated or penetrated,” Secretary of State Wayne Williams said in a response on Friday.
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The Public Employees' Retirement Association is 58.1 percent funded, down from 62.1 percent in December of 2015, and more than 560,000 rely on it for retirement savings.
The GOP's governing central committee will vote Saturday whether to cancel its primary next June and limit selection of candidates to members of the party.
Democratic Party Chair Morgan Carroll on the impact of the state's new open primary, a crowded gubernatorial field and the need to break free of the old party structure.
Firman says it’s important for the immigrant community to trust local police and understand they’re not enforcing federal immigration law.
Lynne joins a crowded Democratic primary field that includes former state Sen. Michael Johnston and U.S. Rep. Jared Polis and former state treasurer Cary Kennedy.
The BRIDGE Act would give the force of law to protection from deportation under DACA, which was created by executive order during the Obama Administration.
Mayor Michael Hancock joins dozens of other mayors and jurisdictions in the lawsuit, and is not worried about angering the White House.
Colorado Springs is among the few cities in the state that still prohibits recreational marijuana sales — advocates call it crippling to tax revenues and fuel for the black market.
Sessions recently sent letters to the governors of Colo., Alaska, Ore. and Wash., detailing his concerns with state regulatory efforts. Colorado has responded.
The national Centrist Project will target the state in its mission to get people who aren't affiliated with a political party elected.
The Democrat and Republican are working on a bipartisan plan to stabilize health insurance markets and give more power to states.
When Perlmutter exited the governor's race earlier this year, he said he would also not seek re-election in Congressional District 7.
Some 25,000 Coloradans have registered or re-registered to vote since June.
But Colorado's junior senator received multiple compliments for his recent statement criticizing President Trump.