Discussions on the capitol’s workplace culture dominated the 2018 legislative session.
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If the rules Democrats are pushing now had been in place years ago, Clinton and Gore would have gotten Colorado's electoral votes instead of Dole and Bush.
“This will significantly reduce the criminalization of people with mental illness,” a Disability Law Colorado lawyer said.
Colorado joins 11 other states and the District of Columbia in what's called the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.
Colorado journalists across the state found instances of government corruption, unenforced laws and more using public records.
Democratic strategist Maria Cardona said it’s not that Democrats wouldn’t prefer working with Republicans, “it’s that Democrats tried it and got screwed.”
Republicans now hold 24 out of 65 seats in the House, the lowest number since 1965.
The killing of a Douglas County deputy over a year ago helped spark the push for a law to temporarily remove guns from people judged to be a risk to themselves or others. But on Tuesday, county commissioners said if such a policy is enacted, they won't enforce it.
Legislative rules allow for any lawmaker to request that a bill lined up for a vote be read at length.
Gov. Jared Polis and Attorney General Phil Weiser say Trump is violating the constitution by refusing to release grant money over immigration enforcement.
The minority party doesn’t have a lot of options to slow down the process.
Had A Rough Spring Forward? A Former State Senator Wants To End Daylight Saving Time Changes For Good
A measure to end the bi-annual clock change may end up on your 2020 Colorado ballot.
Rather than calling for national legalization, John Hickenlooper wants marijuana to no longer be a Schedule 1 controlled substance so it can be studied.
Under the old appeals system, veterans had to wait - generally for years - for a hearing before the Board of Veterans Appeals.
An estimated 5,000 gathered in Denver's Civic Center Park as Michael Hancock, Wellington Webb and others offered endorsements.