A Republican plan would commit existing sales taxes to road construction. Opponents worry that mean cuts to other state programs.
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I refuse to meet with the President under these kinds of threats and fear mongering," Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said.
The scale of the problem has prompted Colorado lawmakers to propose a set of bills they hope may lead to better prevention and treatment.
Colorado’s two U.S. senators have struck a compromise on a measure to fund the federal government and address immigration issues.
Denver's Board of Ethics has decided that substantial gifts from city agencies to members of the City Council or the mayor’s office require public reporting.
Gov. John Hickenlooper backs a tax hike for transportation, water and high-speed internet projects.
Cassie Tanner, a former legislative aide, has accused Lebsock of unbuttoning her blouse at a Young Democrats event in 2015.
When the hospital opens, it will have about half as many primary care exam rooms as the one it replaces, and no PTSD treatment facilities.
The race for governor is firming up, and along with it the race for campaign funds.
In the Washington Post, Coffman warns the Trump administration that it's "too late" to dismantle the industry.
In his final State of the State address, Gov. John Hickenlooper sought to define his legacy and lay out his closing agenda.
Gov. John Hickenlooper delivered his final State of the State address, Jan. 11, 2018.
Opening day of the 2018 legislative session is marked by a call to high ideals and staking out territory on key issues.
Immigration officials say the raids aim to ensure companies are hiring employees responsibly. There were no arrests in the Denver area.
Prepared remarks of Republican Senate President Kevin Grantham to open the second regular session of the 71st Colorado General Assembly.