Articles By The Colorado Sun

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Here are the big ideas that Gov. Jared Polis and Colorado lawmakers pitched for the 2020 session

The state’s leaders presented their ideas about teen vaping, mental health parity, a public option, teacher bonuses and student debt at an event hosted by The Colorado Sun, CBS4 and the University of Denver

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WATCH: Gov. Jared Polis and Colorado lawmakers pitch their big ideas for the 2020 legislative session

The event, co-hosted with CBS4 and the University of Denver’s Estlow Center for Journalism & New Media and the Center on American Politics, begins at 6:30 p.m. Return to this page to watch a livestream.

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Lois Court, Democratic state senator, to resign because of rare autoimmune disorder

Lois Court has been diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, a rare autoimmune disorder

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Colorado is trying to get drivers off I-70 by busing skiers to the slopes. Will it work?

Of the inaugural run of CDOT’s new Snowstang buses, one was late and the other got stuck on Loveland Pass. But for those riding it -- including out of towners -- it was a blast.

Colorado Sun cartoonists pick their personal favorites from 2019

R. Alan Brooks, Jim Morrissey and Drew Litton left an imprint on the news landscape in Colorado with humor, biting wit and unforgettable images

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The 25 most read Colorado Sun stories of 2019

These are our stories that received the most readership over the past year, from our investigation into Backcountry.com to coverage of Denver International Airport and environmental issues

Parked: Half the American Dream (see the whole project here)

The Colorado Sun assembled a coalition of more than a dozen Colorado newsrooms to produce a collaborative project. Journalists fanned out across the state to look at what for many is the last form of affordable housing: mobile homes.