The centers, also called harm-reduction or safe-use sites, are where people can use illegal drugs and, if necessary, be revived from an overdose by trained staff
A conservative dark-money group pursuing two 2024 tax reduction measures is suing the state over House Bill 1321, passed by Democrats and signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis in 2021
During a forum before the vote, Hernández said he would focus in the legislature on boosting housing density, fighting gun violence, increasing wages and reducing Colorado’s incarceration rates
But that shift may be encouraging more first-generation students to apply
The Sun’s investigation, published this week, found that HOAs have filed roughly 3,000 foreclosure cases since 2018, more than 250 of which have resulted in properties being auctioned off. At least 100 of the properties auctioned off were sold for $60,000 or less, according to court records.
Lakewood voted to adhere to the law by repealing its municipal cap. Boulder is set to repeal its cap, too. Golden and Lafayette have so far punted.
The state sales tax makes up just a fraction of what consumers pay. Denver, Aurora and Boulder have removed local taxes on the hygiene products, but Colorado Springs and other Front Range cities have not.
The legislature’s nonpartisan lawyers warn that House Bill 1306 won’t necessarily prevent lawsuits and highlighted a host of potential loopholes in the policy
The Colorado Supreme Court last week struck down the part of Senate Bill 88, a law passed in 2021, giving victims of child sex abuse dating back to the 1960s a three-year window to file lawsuits
Channeling Rambo, cartoonist Jim Morrissey notes that Gov. Jared Polis didn’t hesitate to shoot down legislation advanced in the legislature — even when it was sponsored by his own party.