Amendment B explained: What repealing the Gallagher Amendment would mean for Colorado and your property taxes
Colorado lawmakers voted in bipartisan fashion to ask voters to remove the constitutional amendment, but didn’t offer a replacement plan
Ethics complaints. Big spending. A criminal allegation. This may be the nastiest campaign in Colorado.By Sandra Fish Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The Colorado law also redefines the characteristics of discrimination to include “hairtexture, hairtype, or a protective hairstyle that is commonly or historically associated with race."
The $25 million fund received bipartisan support with public and private grants and loans
The initiative calls for employers and their workers to pay into a fund that would allow workers to be paid while taking time off for medical reasons for themselves or family
Democratic lawmakers, officials from oil and gas- dependent areas of Colorado clash on first day of rulemaking
State legislators and county commissioners butted heads over the role of local governments in approving drilling locations on the first day of a six-week process
Initiative 306 would reduce state tax revenues by more than $300 million in the next two fiscal years just as the state budget is crunched by the coronavirus
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.
A look at how the new redistricting commissions are selected and how they will draw new congressional and legislative maps in Colorado
Marlboro’s owners negotiated Colorado’s proposed tobacco tax hike — and it could help them dominate the cigarette market
The ballot question, if approved by voters in November, would require a pack of cigarettes to be sold for no less than $7 starting in January. That could effectively hand more market share to Altria.
Colorado hopes a new higher education funding formula will make a difference for students. It may not be easy.
The state’s newest model will provide money to schools based on metrics that include how many students of color it enrolls, and how many are low-income, the first to go to college in their family and are from Colorado