The legislature denied them four times, so transgender people found another way to rewrite Colorado law on birth certificates
Current Colorado law -- the one transgender advocates have tried to change the last four years -- requires a person to have gender-reassignment surgery and prove it to a judge before asking to change the gender marker on a birth certificate
Democratic state senator, embroiled in accusations he used a women’s restroom at Capitol, is stepping downBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
A “red flag” bill will return in the Democrat-controlled Colorado legislature. But what about other gun-control laws?By Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s messy sales tax system could get more complicated as the state tries to tap into online revenueBy Brian Eason Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
“It revealed to me this is what I can do”: Tom Sullivan’s son was killed in the Aurora theater shooting — and now he’ll be a state representativeBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The new Democratic majority in Colorado needs money for their ambitious agenda. Here’s where they could find it.
Colorado voters rejected tax increases but voted into office a slate of Democratic candidates promising big, and expensive, policies
Democrat Brianna Titone’s opponent concedes, making her the first transgender state representative-elect in Colorado
Brianna Titone says Republican Vicki Pyne conceded to her Saturday night
Colorado Senate Democrats, with their new majority, show early splits; statehouse Republicans search for a path forward
Democratic Sens. Leroy Garcia and Stephen Fenberg are picked to lead party’s new state Senate majority
A week out from election day, more than $200 million has been spent on Colorado campaigns
Unite America wants to upend the two-party system in Colorado. Their strategy doesn’t look like it will work.
A Colorado Sun analysis shows the effort to elect independents in Colorado is struggling, and even if successful, wouldn’t shift the power dynamic much
With eight days until ballots are counted, the tally of all general election TV advertising buys hits $52.1 million
Oil and gas companies dominate the corporate spending and they are focused on two major ballot questions involving drilling.
Sudden opposition flares toward Amendment X, the hemp measure unanimously approved by the Colorado legislature
Lawmaker who supported the ballot measure said the bill is "preemptive and proactive" to better prepare Colorado hemp industry for changes in federal law.