Drawing new boundaries for thousands of legislative districts is about three years away, yet the political battle over redistricting already is playing out in the midterm elections.
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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faced a second round of questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday.
Kavanaugh faced his first round of questioning from Senators on Wednesday.
Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh begin Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. MT.
Lawmakers looking to improve the both workplace culture and the handling of harassment complaints at the state Capitol met Thursday.
How much oil and gas drilling is too much in Colorado? How close should it be to homes? And what's the impact on property values?
“He was always so kind to me, as a fellow veteran,” said Rep. Mike Coffman.
An analysis by The Associated Press found that about half of House and Senate legislative chambers nationwide have taken no substantive action this year.
John McCain was lobbying Congress on behalf of the Navy when he met a Democratic Senator from Colorado, Gary Hart. They became lifelong friends.
Political leaders of all stripes were united in praise of the senator and condolences for the McCain family when news of McCain's death was made public.
In March, Republican state Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik filed a complaint alleging she saw Sen. Daniel Kagan, a Democrat, in the women’s restroom.
“I thought yesterday was a tipping point,” Victor Mitchell, a former state lawmaker and recent gubernatorial candidate, told Colorado Matters.
An adviser to a Democratic legislative leader in Colorado has been punished for helping a progressive group put a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin on brief display at the state capitol building.
Gov. John Hickenlooper also made it clear he opposes both oil and gas measures that could be on the ballot this November.