As multiple Democrat-sponsored bills get heavily watered down or outright rejected by members of their own party, the question should be asked: Is this what voters wanted?
Protecting legal access to exceptionally lethal guns will only lead to future mass shootings and death in our state
The failed vote on House Bill 1230 came after more than 12 hours of testimony and hundreds of witnesses
After hitting a nerve on far left politics in Colorado last week, an unexpected fear among Democrats emerged in response
As Denver progressives tear themselves apart over housing, some seem to have forgotten the animosity they are receiving is the same animosity they helped create.
Colorado primaries have come and gone, and the November general election has officially begun. The state GOP avoided its nightmare scenario and Democrats have already pivoted from attempts to manipulate Republican voters into attacks on the victorious candidates. Even as the two major parties begin battering each other, the role of unaffiliated voters still deserves […]
Criminal justice activist Elisabeth Epps beat Katie March in the fiercely contested Democratic primary in Colorado House District 6 that was seen as a tug of war over the direction of Democrats in the legislature. March, a former legislative aide, said she conceded to Epps on Thursday. Epps, a former public defender who leads an […]
One of the most closely watched Colorado statehouse primaries this year remained too close to call Wednesday with the two Democratic candidates vying to represent central Denver’s House District 6 separated by fewer than 500 votes. Elisabeth Epps, a criminal justice activist, was leading Katie March, a former legislative aide, on Wednesday evening in a […]
The ACLU of Colorado team credited with helping pass a slate of sweeping criminal justice reform measures abruptly resigned this month amid questions about whether the organization — powered by a jump in donations and a favorable political climate — was too aggressive in wielding its new status as one of the most influential groups […]
Gov. Jared Polis’ signed a bill Thursday preventing people accused of many low-level offenses — such as petty, traffic or most municipal charges — from being jailed because they can’t pay their cash bail. That also means people currently locked up in Colorado on those types of charges, who are unable to pay their bail, […]