As coronavirus cases rise again, not even Colorado’s most-vaccinated counties have been spared. Here’s why.
State and local health officials have had a mixed response to new federal guidance urging vaccinated people to start wearing masks again3:01 AM MDT
Colorado health chief says she “didn’t grasp” problem that led to huge HIV program cuts
Jill Hunsaker Ryan, a key member of Gov. Jared Polis’ cabinet, said she didn’t realize how legal guidance would affect funding for HIV prevention
Colorado governor not pursuing COVID-19 vaccine mandate for state employees as delta variant rages
Cases are rising across the U.S. and in Colorado as the delta variant, which is far more contagious than other strains of the disease, spreads
Colorado will keep its long-term mental health program for doctors after yearlong fight
The controversy between the Colorado Medical Board and the state Department of Regulatory Agencies is nearing a close after protest and accusations.
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
Lauren Boebert’s campaign leads the pack as Colorado congressional candidates raised $4.8M last quarter
Boebert, a Garfield County Republican, gathered nearly $1 million in April, May and June. Gov. Jared Polis gave his reelection campaign $250,000.
Littwin: Bringing the All-Star Game to Coors Field sends a dual message — on vaccinations and on voting rights
The only reason the game is being played in Denver is that Major League Baseball pulled out of Atlanta after Georgia passed one of the earlier voter-suppression laws landing like a plague on much of red-state America.
Lawsuit challenges constitutionality of Colorado law limiting the sale of medical marijuana concentrates
House Bill 1317, which passed the legislature with broad bipartisan support, is aimed at curbing illegal teen use of cannabis products that are high in THC
Colorado governor ends health emergency orders, rescinding many of his executive actions
The move is the latest sign that Colorado is moving past the pandemic, even as the economic effects of the health crisis linger and the dangerous Delta variant rages in the western part of the state
Opinion: Thanks to Colorado’s legislature, Gov. Polis for tackling tax policies that used to only benefit the wealthy and large businesses
We look forward to seeing these tax code changes boost incomes for hundreds of thousands of Coloradans, encourage increased job creation, and support overall economic growth.
“We’re (expletive) idiots”: Some Democrats regret Colorado’s new redistricting process now that their party is in charge
If Y and Z hadn’t passed, Democrats would now have nearly unfettered power to draw new congressional districts ahead of the 2022 election, and more say over how legislative districts are drawn.
Colorado governor signs wave of criminal justice bills into law, including ketamine measure spurred by Elijah McClain’s death
The legislation Gov. Jared Polis signed on Tuesday includes measures aimed at reducing burdensome court fees and the fallout that families in poverty can face when they don’t pay them
Littwin: We’re still waiting for climate change to hit Colorado’s ice-cold 2022 governor and Senate races
The midterms traditionally favor the party out of power — yes, that would be the Republicans — but the GOP is having problems finding candidates who could take on Jared Polis and Michael Bennet.
Colorado Democrats are heading into the 2022 election cycle in a position of strength, poll shows
Democratic Gov. Jared Polis and U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet lead a generic Republican candidate, the survey shows, and generic Democratic statehouse candidates would beat their GOP counterparts.
Opinion: We applaud moves by Colorado lawmakers and federal leaders on transportation funding
These state bills will help residents get from point A to point B, while also addressing climate change goals.
Colorado governor vetoes two bills dealing with off-highway vehicles, transportation funding
Jared Polis rejected House Bills 1024 and 1196, his second and third vetoes of measures passed during the 2021 legislative session
Appeals court revives prisoner-release lawsuit against Colorado governor
The lawsuit was brought by lawyers for the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of a group of inmates whose medical conditions made them more vulnerable to COVID-19 in May 2020
Colorado governor signs bill providing $15M to help coal-dependent workers, towns transition to clean energy
The law funding the state Office of Just Transition seeks to help those who lose their jobs as utilities increase their use of renewable energy
Colorado takes its biggest step yet toward a Front Range passenger train system
Senate Bill 238 creates a new taxation district to fund the project, which will be overseen by a board
Grand Junction high school prepares to retire Warrior mascot as Polis signs prohibition into law
Schools have until June 2022 to retire mascots that use Native American images or names. If they don't, they can be fined $25,000 a month.