Colorado governor unveils new coronavirus restrictions aimed at preventing lockdowns
Coronavirus is running so rampant in many counties -- including Denver, Adams and Jefferson -- they should already be locked down under metrics defining the state’s old dial system.
Colorado lawmakers will return for special session to address coronavirus relief
Gov. Jared Polis wants lawmakers to take immediate action on elements of his $1.3 billion stimulus package that includes relief for restaurant owners and other small businesses
Colorado Democrats debate need for diversity in selecting their statehouse leadership
The debate among Democrats in the House and Senate reflected the heightened importance of diversity within the Democratic Party following a summer of social unrest around race and police abuse
Democrats hold their majorities at Colorado Capitol but GOP blunts a second blue wave
The next legislative session will look different, and the conversation is sure to focus on addressing the economic fallout from coronavirus
Coloradans continue to up the ante on their sports bets. So why did tax revenues plummet?
The state’s fledgling industry will experience some volatility, experts say, as the deluge of new operators entice customers with virtually risk-free, and non-taxable, bets
Democrats dominate campaign fundraising and spend big to build majority in the Colorado legislature
A Republican leadership rift is hurting fundraising and one lawmaker blames a “serious strategic error” for some of the troubles
Rewrite of Gallagher Amendment repeal explanation in Colorado’s state-issued voter guide leads to lawsuit
“Protect Our Homes Colorado,” which opposes Amendment B, has filed a lawsuit seeking to halt the printing of the so-called blue book until changes are made
With big sports back, Colorado’s betting scene exploded with $59 million in pent-up wagers
A serious bettor takes us through the shutdown and bounce back, while the state’s new sportsbooks flood the market with online deals and a nod to retail operations
Colorado’s red flag gun law was used 73 times in its first 7 months. Here’s how the rollout has gone.
Denver County saw the highest number of red flag cases at 25. El Paso and Jefferson counties were tied for second with eight cases each.
Chaos and compromise: Colorado’s coronavirus legislative session ends with a flurry of big bills
Democrats compromised with business groups, the governor and Republicans to push policies forward and tackle an unprecedented three-week lawmaking term
10 major issues being decided in the final hours of Colorado’s 2020 legislative session
State lawmakers have been busy in the final days of an odd, abbreviated lawmaking term. Here are the big-ticket items that you’ll want to know about.
Republicans stopped Colorado’s vaccine bill last year with delay tactics. Will they work again?
GOP lawmakers in the Colorado House launched an effort Friday to protest, and potentially even prevent, the measure’s passage. Democrats are signaling they will hold fast on a rule designed to boost vaccination rates.
Democrats approve rule to allow lawmakers to avoid Colorado Capitol, cast votes remotely during coronavirus
Republicans oppose the change in rules and argued lawmakers should show up, regardless of the risk
Colorado lawmakers set date for return, hoping the worst of the coronavirus will pass
The suspended legislative session will resume May 18 but legislative budget writers will get started sooner
Colorado Capitol shutdown imminent as lawmakers prepare must-pass legislation
The legislature is scrambling to pass a bill that would preserve the Democratic and Republican primary process without forcing scores of people to gather in the coming weeks for county assemblies
Colorado vowed to end the waitlist for an adult disability program by 2020. Nearly 3,000 people are still waiting.
The Medicaid program provides 24/7 care for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The average wait is currently eight years.
Where’s the line between political speech and credible threats? A Colorado bill is asking the question.
A bipartisan measure to make it a felony to threaten or harass an elected official is running into stiff resistance at the Capitol
Colorado’s guidance to police on the red flag law doesn’t include what to do if someone won’t give up their guns
The lack of a roadmap on the crucial — and potentially deadly — question of what to do when someone refuses to hand over their guns underscores broader law enforcement unknowns around the complicated new law
Spring Café linked refugees with state lawmakers. A shortage of immigrants means the Denver coffee shop will close.
Spring Café's operators say they can’t find new refugee arrivals to fill jobs at the coffee shop, citing a decrease in people resettling in Colorado under the Trump administration
Interest in reforming Colorado’s system to recall elected officials is building — on both sides of the aisle
Republican state Sen. Jack Tate and Democratic state Rep. Tom Sullivan, both of Centennial and former political rivals, are leading the push for change