At the halfway point in his term, Bill Ritter talks to Ryan Warner about accomplishments, mistakes, and the toll dwindling revenues are taking on his plans.
The legislature is debating a $17.6 billion spending package for the upcoming year. But economists paint a grim picture of revenues over the next five years. Ryan Warner speaks to Gov.
Supporters say Gov. Bill Ritter's plan to allow union representation could improve productivity. Critics say it will cost the state money and alienate business.
Bill Ritter's been tangling with the federal government over environmental issues... and losing. He's also met with leaders in higher education to brainstorm new sources of funding.
As part of our series of discussions with Gov. Bill Ritter's top appointees, Ryan Warner talks to Tom Plant, head of the Governor's Office of Energy Management and Conservation.
Gov. Bill Ritter is promoting a plan that would funnel millions of additional dollars to public schools.
Ryan Warner talks to Ron Binz, the new chairman of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission. He'll play a big role in implementing Gov. Bill Ritter's "new energy economy" strategy.