President Donald Trump asserted that all Americans are hurt by uncontrolled illegal immigration in an address to encourage support for the border wall.
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After running into hurdles ahead of the November 2018 election, the psilocybin decriminalization effort submitted twice the amount of signatures needed to get on the May ballot.
The governor-elect made his fortune in dot-com start-ups. He wasted no time in cashing that check into politics.
Hickenlooper has managed to keep people guessing over the years about how he really feels about legal marijuana.
Restaurants and other services near federal buildings are also feeling the shutdown pinch as workers stay home.
The political playing field changed after Democrats swept both chambers of the legislature and the governor's office in the 2018 elections.
John Hickenlooper returned to the business he founded, the Wynkoop brewpub, for his final interview as governor with Colorado Matters.
The Republican Colorado senator said he does support President Donald Trump's fight for more border security funding now.
After eight years as Colorado’s governor, John Hickenlooper appears to be gearing up for a presidential run. On the campaign trail, he’s almost certain to emphasize gun control laws he signed in 2013. He led a purple state as it beat back the gun lobby to pass two controversial measures. But what did he do -- or not do -- to make that happen? And what does the story of those laws say about how Hickenlooper leads?
CPR Public Affairs Reporter Bente Birkeland breaks it down. And keep an eye on this podcast feed! It’s where we’ll tell you more about the return of Purplish for the imminent legislative session.
After voters put them in charge in November, Democrats say they'll embrace "the Colorado way of life." Republicans want their voice to be heard in that pursuit.
Colorado’s Gun Control Quarrel Illustrates How The Hickenlooper Way Might Fare In A Partisan Presidential Age
The 2013 fight over two gun bills says a lot about Hickenlooper as a leader — as a governor — and as a potential United States president.
A sawmill in southern Colorado received more than a million dollars in state help and now employs about 70 people.
Virtually every aspect of life in the Centennial State has been transformed in some way over the governor's two terms in charge.
The ongoing partial shutdown of the federal government has affected National Parks and federal lands across the country in different ways.
Federal workers and contractors forced to stay home or work without pay are experiencing mounting stress from the impasse.