One thing that has come out of the recent shooting in Tucson is a push for more civility on divisive issues.
As lawmakers return to Capitol Hill and a new Republican House majority is sworn in this week, Colorado GOP Congressman Mike Coffman plans to introduce a bill to stimulate the U.S.
Voters have once again said “don’t box us in.” Coloradans appear to have thrown two Democrats out of the U.S. House.
When Governor Ritter and the legislature wrote this year's state budget last spring, they included $212 million in extra money from the federal government.
Concerns about the national deficit, illegal immigration, and the economy got the most discussion last night (6/2/10) among constituents at a town hall in Littleton hosted by Colorado Congressman M