COVID outbreaks have shut down some Colorado schools. Will holidays and cold weather make things worse?
Nearly 40% of COVID cases related to outbreaks in Colorado are at schools as the delta variant rapidly spreads among students and staff.
Colorado voters typically reject tax hikes. There’s an exception when it comes to funding parks and trails.
Open space advocates hope the recent support for protection of outdoor spaces is not a pandemic blip but a border-to-border commitment to conservation.
Colorado mental health therapists are quitting Medicaid over latest payment debacle
Several behavioral health providers say they will no longer treat Medicaid patients after 199 providers received letters ordering them to return payment for therapy already completed.
The Colorado legislature’s IOU to the state’s public pensions is growing as retiree benefits get cut
Public employees are now paying more in exchange for worse benefits than their predecessors