An attempt to dismiss the complaint that Hickenlooper improperly accepted free lodging and travel on private jets failed.
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Romanoff brings his experience as speaker of the Colorado state House with him in his 2020 bid, but he has twice failed to win a race for federal office.
Colorado's 43rd governor also said he's enjoying how fast-paced the lawmaking in state government is compared to his experiences in Congress.
The announcement comes after the Colorado Secretary of State title board shot down a second attempt to move the repeal forward.
Democratic Speaker of the House KC Becker from Boulder said her party doesn’t want to put the industry out of business, but now that they’re in charge they’re ready to move things forward.
President Donald Trump will address a joint session of Congress tonight. Here's who Colorado lawmakers are bringing.
About 20 educators, most from around the Colorado Springs area, took up a recent invitation from the Army to visit El Paso County’s Fort Carson military base for the day.
In an hour and a half-long speech, President Trump called for border security, heralded the country's economy and denounced late-term abortion laws.
Bernhardt is a former lobbyist for oil and gas companies.
Every bill gets a hearing and a vote in the Colorado legislature. In D.C, not so much.
The last couple months have shown the depths of congressional dysfunction. Many think the problem isn’t so much the people who serve there. It’s a process that funnels all power to party leaders, stifling debate among the ranks. In 1988, Colorado voters recognized a similar issue in their state legislature. The remedy was something called the GAVEL Amendment -- an acronym for Give A Vote To Every Legislator.
Military Appreciation Day is an annual tradition at the state Capitol.
Advocates say U.S. consumers pay twice what Canadian consumers pay for patented prescription drugs.
The hearing was held in the capitol’s largest committee room and even then the crowd filled four overflow rooms.
The number of refugees resettled in the United States and in Colorado has sharply declined, even as global need is at an all-time high.