In light of today's political climate, two prominent Coloradans have left their parties to become independent.
The $1.5 trillion package would provide steep tax cuts for businesses and the wealthy and more modest cuts for middle- and low-income families.
There are winners and losers in the GOP tax bill, including state and local governments, who have a lot at stake too.
While the GOP is nearing the votes it needs for passage without support from Democrats, the measure remains divisive.
In her announcement, Coffman said she was "running to be governor of all four corners of our diverse state."
“I really do feel that this is what Mike Pence is wanting to take us back to — the 1950s,” said Karen Duggan, a member of Indivisible Colorado.
Frances Beckwith, visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy at the University of Colorado Boulder, shares his insights.
Colorado's Senate seat could be the key to which party controls Congress next year.
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