Robberies, deaths renew calls for Congress to pass legislation letting cannabis businesses access banking
Although 18 states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana, and 37 allow its medical use, it remains illegal under federal law. Because of that, big banks and credit card companies have long been reluctant to work with the industry.
Man suing to block Don Coram from GOP primary ballot spread Lauren Boebert’s attacks against him
The lawsuit claims that Don Coram's campaign improperly gathered petition signatures. It's not clear who is funding the legal action.
Ron Hanks, who questions 2020 election results, beats 5 other candidates to make Colorado’s Republican U.S. Senate primary ballot
Hanks joins Joe O’Dea, who owns a construction company, on the June 28 primary ballot
Colorado’s Camp Amache will become a national historic site after getting congressional approval
The legislation will place the 1 square-mile parcel in southeast Colorado under the management of the National Park Service
WATCH: Congressman Jason Crow discusses the war in Ukraine with The Colorado Sun
The Centennial Democrat is a member of the House Armed Services and House Intelligence Committees
Littwin: As his poll numbers plunge, Biden tries for a mask-free State of the Union reset
Lauren Boebert draws national attention and disgust with her heckling of Biden just as he was set to talk about the death of his son Beau.
8th Congressional District candidate Joshua Jered Rodriguez arrested on identity theft, forgery charges
Rodriguez, who has previously run for Arvada mayor, filed to run for office despite the active arrest warrant
Utah’s U.S. Sen. Mike Lee blocks Colorado internment camp designation, draws ire
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, a Colorado Democrat, says he has the support of 99 of the chamber’s 100 senators to pass the Amache National Historic Site Act
Some Colorado congressional candidates received federal financial help during COVID crisis
Businesses owned by Republican U.S. Senate candidates Joe O’Dea and Gino Campana received significant federal coronavirus loans. The two have criticized spending by congressional Democrats.
Two wealthy Colorado Republicans running for U.S. Senate each injected more than $500,000 into their campaigns
Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet raised $2.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2021. 8th Congressional District candidates posted similar fundraising numbers.
WATCH: John Hickenlooper discusses his first year in the U.S. Senate and what comes next
Ethics investigators find “substantial reason” to believe Congressman Doug Lamborn misused official resources
Aides told investigators they were frequently asked to run errands for Lamborn’s wife, Jeanie, and that they were instructed to help Lamborn’s son apply for a federal job
“You’re under threat”: Voting rights resolutions at Colorado statehouse become election-year pitch from Democrats
Republicans called the measures a partisan distraction aimed at drawing voters’ attention away from rising inflation and crime on Democrats’ watch
What we can learn from the 10,000 tweets sent by Colorado’s congressional delegation in 2021
Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert sent the most tweets, but she didn’t have the one with the most engagement
Brittany Pettersen is running for the Colorado congressional seat being vacated by Ed Perlmutter
Pettersen is a Democratic state senator from Lakewood who has spent nearly a decade in the Colorado legislature. “I’m battle tested,” she said. “I have what it takes to win this seat.”
Ed Perlmutter says he won’t seek reelection, upending Colorado’s 2022 political landscape
The news will reshuffle Colorado's political landscape heading into the 2022 election
Littwin: The question isn’t why Manchin walked away from Biden’s social-spending bill, but what to do next
Joe Manchin made a counter offer that leaves out the expanded child tax credit, promised by Biden and backed for years by Bennet. Is that in any way acceptable?
“I can’t vote for it”: Joe Manchin says he cannot back Democrats’ Build Back Better bill
The news is a blow to the Democratic members of Colorado's congressional delegation, who have been pushing hard for the legislation's passage
Littwin: If you’ve always assumed Manchin would come around on Biden’s safety-net bill, it may be time to think again
Logic dictated a compromise by now. So did this: If a bill is not passed by Dec. 28, millions of families probably won’t get their child-tax-credit checks in January.