Many Colorado politicians are trying to educate their colleagues on the state’s thriving marijuana market, even if they’re a tad annoyed by all the cherry picking of studies.
After four months of whiplash for the cannabis business community, Sen. Gardner's support of the industry has empowered investors again.
The bill proposed in partnership with Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren would legitimize Colorado's marijuana industry, solving banking and other legal protection issues for licensed businesses.
Colorado's Supreme Court has ruled that six-term Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn didn't qualify for his party's primary.
In a wide ranging interview with Colorado Matters, the senator also addressed North Korea, and President Trump’s call for new trade tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Wayne Know is not just Colorado's longest-serving state representative. 30 years ago, he led an effort to completely reorganized the state legislature.
Zinke has made reorganizing the Interior — which manages 780,000 square miles of public lands, mostly in the West — a signature mission since taking over the agency.
It's more than a call for action, the blueprint provides examples of effective state efforts that could be used at both the fed and state levels.
The first question of the evening: Would Coffman stop accepting money from the NRA? Similar questions just kept coming.
A year into his tenure, Secretary Ryan Zinke has emerged as the point person for the administration's goal of American "energy dominance."