Cuts will impact farmers, air and water, and health care, although, Hickenlooper says, Colorado could benefit from more defense spending.
The old military base on the Eastern Plains has had some early success since it re-opened as a rehab facility for the homeless a few years ago.
With the Colorado legislative session more than a third of the way over, negotiators are still hard at work on transportation funding and details are few.
After 20 years in Utah, the Outdoor Industry Association is moving their annual trade show. Colorado is preparing to roll out the red carpet to capture the business.
The governor also says more local law enforcement of immigration could jeopardize trust with communities they police.
CPR News reporters, producers and editors reviewed and annotated the governor’s annual State of the State address.
John Hickenlooper dismisses attempts for an Electoral College surprise, and talks about education and transportation funding.
On immigration, energy policy, and health care, John Hickenlooper says Colorado will continue to chart its own course, regardless of the presidential election.
In an interview with Colorado Matters, the governor also explained why he's campaigning for Democrats in the state Senate for the first time
Will voters sharply raise the state’s tobacco tax? The money involved is more than just the $1.75 that would be added to a pack of smokes.