Jon Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet will take the debate stage with eight other candidates on the evening of Thursday, June 27.
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The Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act advanced in the House along party lines and Rep. Joe Neguse and Sen. Michael Bennet push the wilderness designations for large swaths of public lands in the state.
The $4.5 billion emergency border funding bill prevents money from going to enforcement, which has drawn support from Democrats and disapproval from Republicans.
After A Quiet Weekend In South Carolina, Hickenlooper, Bennet Hope To Make Some Noise At This Week's Presidential Debates
Working outside the spotlight (and with negligible poll numbers) Colorado's presidential candidates hope to change their fortunes in Florida.
Dozens Of Colorado Black Leaders Met With Gov. Polis To ‘Remind’ Him About Importance Of Diversity In Hiring
"What we're saying is, Governor, do you remember the conversation? Well, if you don't, okay, then we want to remind you, and if you do, and let's set the meeting up and let's figure out, you know, what's going on."
The report found contracts that went on much longer than recommended, or were with businesses not always fit to do business.
The traditionally more conservative region of the state has taken issue with some of the Democratic governor's decisions.
A new law is meant to force anonymous donors to reveal themselves, but there could be some easy ways around the requirements.
An improved tax revenue forecast mean taxpayers could see a refund, but Democratic lawmakers want the state to keep the money.
Republicans gathered across the state at several watch parties to cheer on President Donald Trump’s reelection kickoff Tuesday.
USOC spokesman Mark Jones said in a statement they will “continue to work constructively with both the House and the Senate to create healthy and safe environments for the American athletes we serve.”
Polis rejected one measure to repeal or reform Colorado's tangled tax policies outright, and offered only a lukewarm endorsement of the other.
The ruling means that groups backing the repeal can proceed to collect signatures and meet other requirements to get the measure on the 2020 ballot.
Being Governor Doesn't Have The Political Juice It Used To. Just Ask Hickenlooper, Inslee And Bullock
The governors are left looking for ways to grab the spotlight as they also reveal some frustrations that their records aren't getting more attention.
In "The Land of Flickering Lights: Restoring America in an Age of Broken Politics," Bennet outlines his life and what he sees as moments of dysfunction in the U.S. government.