The Secretary of State rejected four versions of their proposed ballot initiative that would have asked voters in November 2019 to repeal and replace.
2019 Colorado Legislature
Half of the student body is white in Colorado, but those students are overrepresented if you look at AP class enrollment. In terms of proportion, two-thirds of AP students are Caucasian.
A bill that would triple the cigarette tax rate and introduce new taxes to vaping products was introduced in the waning days of the legislative session.
Supporters of the measure haven't given up yet, and hope to have a family leave fund set up by 2023.
Youth Voter Turnout Is Already Ridiculously High In Colorado. State House Democrats Want It Even Higher
Their far-reaching plan, however, has seen some push back from county clerks and Republicans.
Investigation Into One Lobbyist's Actions Raises Questions About Workplace Harassment Policy At The Capitol
A complaint filed against lobbyist Benjamin Waters highlights part of a larger discussion about updates to the legislature’s workplace harassment policy.
There Are Just 2 Weeks Left In The Legislative Session. Here’s What Majority Democrats Still Want To Get Done
The clock is ticking on an ambitious agenda.
Crafting the budget signed Thursday by Gov. Jared Polis took months of work and started during former Gov. John Hickenlooper's administration.
Colorado Democrats Want To Make Voter Registration So Automatic, You May Not Realize You’ve Registered
Advocates say it’s about increasing ballot access, but not all good government groups are on board.