So far in the 2019 legislative session, about 500 lobbyists are registered to influence state lawmakers and officials. That’s five for every legislator.
Without a single Republican in support, national popular vote effort moves to Colorado governor’s deskBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
After years of backlogs, Colorado’s troubled immigrant driver’s license program could see drastic expansionBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The new Democratic governor’s style represents “moving from one extreme to the other,” and it’s creating tension in the party’s ranks
Hazmat tankers want off “sketchy” Loveland Pass and into tunnels. Years of debate could be decided once and for all.
The Colorado legislature is on track to pass a bill exploring whether trucks carrying hazardous materials could be safely allowed to travel through the Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnels
Nicolais: A proposed law closing loopholes for electioneering communications is a step in the right directionOpinion
Colorado education officials failed state by botching $231 million reading-improvement program, whistleblower lawsuit claimed
Signed into law in 2012, the program was supposed to ensure that all Colorado students would be able to read at their grade level by third grade. But state officials say they remain far behind that goal, even as the annual cost of the READ Act has risen to $42.5 million.
Colorado lawmakers for a fifth — and likely final — time will weigh whether to ban gay “conversion therapy”
House Bill 1129 would prohibit a licensed psychiatrist or mental health counselor from providing therapy to minors meant to “change an individual’s sexual orientation” or eliminate “sexual or romantic attraction or feelings toward individuals of the same sex"
Colorado is one of only 10 states that don’t require all campaign ads to identify the sponsor
Colorado lawmakers are weighing whether to allow cheaper prescription drugs to be imported from Canada
Senate Bill 5 is central to Democratic Gov. Jared Polis' campaign to rein in health care costs for Coloradans
For first time, Colorado budget writers on Monday will allow public input. Here’s a guide to how it works.
The powerful Joint Budget Committee will hold its first-ever public testimony to get public feedback on how to spend $30 billion next fiscal year