Teocalli Cocina bartender Tim Knight prepares a to-go cocktail on June 3, 2020. The Lafayette, Colorado, restaurant reopened to in-person dining on May 27, but still is doing brisk business with curbside pickup of food and drinks. Alcoholic beverages are served in plastic or paper cups with a lid and a Colorado Department of Revenue "seal" taped on that warns purchasers that opening the mixed drink in the car is illegal. (Dana Coffield, The Colorado Sun)

Colorado lawmakers want to keep your to-go quarantinis flowing beyond the coronavirus crisis

But not everyone is toasting the bipartisan proposal, which would extend the policy allowing restaurants and bars to sell take-out beer, wine and mixed drinks for two more years

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As coronavirus testing soars, wait times jump to a week — or more — across the U.S.

Colorado's state lab now takes 3-5 days to turn around tests, up from 24 to 48 hours. The wait is even longer for those tested through a private lab.

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Nonprofit cash being spent in Colorado campaigns still impossible to trace despite 2019 law

Outside spenders in Colorado's recent primary found ways around transparency, making money tough to track.