The state lawmaker from Greeley was facing recall efforts over her support of the oil and gas overhaul that was signed into law this legislative session.
With a week left in the session, the legislature is trying to pack in more Democratic priorities as Republicans stick to delay tactics.
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.
The dispute started when Republicans, angry at how quickly Democrats were moving an oil and gas bill through the Senate, asked that a different 2,000-page bill be read out loud in the chamber.
The minority party doesn’t have a lot of options to slow down the process.
A no-kill committee policy could mean Democrats in swing seats may have to take some politically risky votes.
In 1894, Colorado elected the nation’s first female state lawmakers in three Republican women. However, these days the gender gains mostly happen on the other side of the aisle.
Unlike previous sessions, Democrats can now propose and pass their own health care agenda.
After voters put them in charge in November, Democrats say they'll embrace "the Colorado way of life." Republicans want their voice to be heard in that pursuit.
Kagan says his decision had nothing to do with a complaint filed by a Republican senator last session who was upset to find him in an unmarked women's restroom.