Construction defects liability has been politically fraught, but the failure of Gov. Jared Polis’ signature land-use measure has reignited the push for lawmakers to take on the issue
The centers, also called harm-reduction or safe-use sites, are where people can use illegal drugs and, if necessary, be revived from an overdose by trained staff
Glitch that slowed some Colorado travelers at security checkpoints seems be mostly fixed, agency says
The city said Friday that the ballot measure would miss a critical deadline and thus couldn’t go before voters in November
State Reps. Elisabeth Epps of Denver and Bob Marshall of Highlands Ranch entered into a consent decree Tuesday with the Colorado House of Representatives, the chamber’s Democratic and Republican caucuses and partisan leadership in the chamber
A conservative dark-money group pursuing two 2024 tax reduction measures is suing the state over House Bill 1321, passed by Democrats and signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis in 2021
During a forum before the vote, Hernández said he would focus in the legislature on boosting housing density, fighting gun violence, increasing wages and reducing Colorado’s incarceration rates
Proponents of the measure and the city released conflicting information Friday. The initiative is supported by Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman and by Colorado Dawn, a conservative dark-money group.
But that shift may be encouraging more first-generation students to apply
Lakewood voted to adhere to the law by repealing its municipal cap. Boulder is set to repeal its cap, too. Golden and Lafayette have so far punted.