Colorado Dawn, a nonprofit that has previously supported Republican candidates and causes, paid $144,000 to collect signatures for the measure
The state sales tax makes up just a fraction of what consumers pay. Denver, Aurora and Boulder have removed local taxes on the hygiene products, but Colorado Springs and other Front Range cities have not.
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo all have the same system, which gives the mayor executive powers
Mike Johnston was sworn into office on Monday. The homelessness declaration and plan was his first major action as Denver’s new leader.
The legal action, a rare intraparty spat spilling into public view and the courts, was filed in Denver District Court by Reps. Elisabeth Epps of Denver and Bob Marshall of Highlands Ranch
Ute tribes in Colorado fear ruling in Navajo Nation’s Colorado River case weakens U.S. government obligation to keep promises made in treaties
It was their first, and possibly only, chance to directly confront the assailant
Anderson Aldrich pleaded guilty Monday to 53 counts in the Nov. 19 attack on an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs
The Colorado Supreme Court last week struck down the part of Senate Bill 88, a law passed in 2021, giving victims of child sex abuse dating back to the 1960s a three-year window to file lawsuits
There will be no state lawmakers on the Colorado River Drought Task Force, though Capitol leadership has a lot of influence over who is on the panel