Despite partisan rhetoric at the Colorado Capitol, just 4.4% of bills this year passed along purely party lines
The analysis, the second such study conducted by The Colorado Sun in three years, once again indicates more bipartisanship in the Colorado General Assembly than might be expected
Another potential delay to Colorado’s redistricting process? Counting prisoners.
Colorado and eight other states are changing how they count prisoners for redistricting, so counties with prison-inflated populations don’t get more political representation than they should.
Colorado lawmakers, governor unveil $700M state economic stimulus plan. Here’s where the money will go.
The money lawmakers are using to pay for the state stimulus plan comes from unexpected tax revenue.
Nicolais: Principle and compromise – the time has come for Colorado Republicans
Colorado Republicans in the minority at the legislature could be more than just an opposition. They can chart a path forward.
Where do Colorado Republicans go from here?
No Republican running statewide has won more than 45% of the vote in the past two election cycles. Conservatives think Donald Trump is a big factor, but there's also broad agreement the party has a messaging problem, too.
Colorado Democrats debate need for diversity in selecting their statehouse leadership
The debate among Democrats in the House and Senate reflected the heightened importance of diversity within the Democratic Party following a summer of social unrest around race and police abuse
Democrats hold their majorities at Colorado Capitol but GOP blunts a second blue wave
The next legislative session will look different, and the conversation is sure to focus on addressing the economic fallout from coronavirus
“It’s an 11 on the weird scale”: Colorado legislature makes an awkward return to the Capitol
A series of health and safety protocols reshaped what lawmaking looked like in the General Assembly as lawmakers restarted the legislative session
Colorado needs affordable housing. The state owns land. Can this combination work?
Gov. Jared Polis is urging the State Land Board to address housing shortage for teachers, part of a campaign promise he made
The good, the bad and the complicated: How Colorado’s electric vehicle laws changed this session
ICEholes now can be fined for parking in EV charging spots, but the death of a direct-to-consumer sales bill may keep electric truck maker Rivian from opening its first-ever store in Colorado
How do Republicans stay relevant in the Colorado legislature? It depends who you ask.
Democrats control the Colorado Senate, House and governor’s office, meaning the GOP has little power in the statehouse -- but options on how to navigate through being in the minority