Recently, labor issues have been in the spotlight in Colorado. First, a union threatened to derail Denver's bid for the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
Gov. Bill Ritter says his administration will focus on increasing the number of Coloradans with health insurance. Three quarters of a million Coloradans lack coverage.
He's already wrestled with a veto, filled a long list of jobs and moved into a new house. Suffice it to say, Bill Ritter's first few weeks as Colorado's governor have been eventful.
As part of our series of conversations with Gov. Bill Ritter's new cabinet members, Ryan Warner talks to Karen Beye, the governor's pick to lead the Colorado Department of Human Services.
Ryan Warner speaks with Democratic candidate Bill Ritter on how he would spend the over six billion dollars of taxpayersâ€™ money in the stateâ€™s general fund.
The state legislature held a special session on immigration in July that produced what has been called the toughest laws in the country.
Ryan Warner speaks with Democratic candidate Bill Ritter who shares his ideas on gay marriage, abortion, and stem cell research.