But by time the budget is actually enacted, it could look significantly different than the governor's proposal.
We get asked a lot about pot taxes and education. Here's a user-friendly guide that should help answer those questions.
Where is all the tax money from marijuana sales going? Here's a user-friendly breakdown of the state's marijuana revenue.
Through art and Rube Goldberg machines, Warm Cookies of the Revolution teaches residents about participatory budgeting in its latest project.
The pension is now projected to fully fund the benefits owed to retirees within 30 years, down from 78 years.
Lawmakers voted to increase the state’s reserves to 7.25 percent of general fund spending, or an estimated $730 million for the fiscal year that starts July 1.
The Colorado Legislature worked down to the wire to pass a PERA reform bill that will have major ramifications for decades to come.
Colorado’s 2018 legislative session had no shortage of drama. Here’s where the cards fell at the bitter end.
Colorado lawmakers have just hours to figure out some of their toughest challenges.
Much of the extra $1.2 billion is spoken for as the state needs to fund a 2017 road construction initiative and to compensate local governments for other programs.