If opponents of state Rep. Rochelle Galindo are successful, their effort to unseat her will be taken to the voters, likely this fall.
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The 54-year-old senator said he plans to have surgery to remove his prostate gland during the congressional spring recess.
The secretary also talked about a controversial new software the VA is developing, as well as working to lower veteran suicide.
Sen. Julie Gonzales postpones the bill to repeal the death penalty in Colorado, effectively ending debate on the matter for this session.
The legislation would provide an extra $65 million for roads and schools in the fiscal year that begins July 1.
Gov. Jared Polis signed Senate Bill 103 into law on Monday. It legalizes the summertime tradition of kids running a lemonade stand — or other small, occasional businesses — without a permit from local governments.
One opponent, Republican Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams, has said he'd rather go to jail than enforce a judge's order to confiscate guns.
Former Vice President Joe Biden released a statement Sunday in response to allegations of unwanted touching from Lucy Flores, a former Nevada state representative. "And not once — never — did I believe I acted inappropriately," Biden said.
U.S Rep. Ken Buck was elected on the fourth ballot to be the chairman of the Colorado Republican Party for the next two years -- which will include the 2020 re-election bids of President Donald Trump and Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner.
It's the House's turn to take up the budget bill, and Democratic leaders there are skeptical of the late transportation compromise that moved the bill through the Senate quickly.
Gov. Jared Polis signed a hospital transparency law as part of his goal to reduce heath care costs and raise price transparency and hospital efficiency in Colorado.
As the GOP chooses its next leader on Saturday, the question is, what kind of difference can the winner make in a state that seems to be moving from purple to blue?