Opinion: We’re county commissioners who support the collective-bargaining bill for county workers
SB 230 works for county governments and our valued employees. Our counties are stronger when everyone's voice is included.
Is calling Denver a “toilet bowl” a winning message for Colorado Republicans in 2022?
Denver and its surrounding counties, including Boulder, are Colorado’s population center. As such, they are home to most of the state’s House and Senate districts.
Zornio: It’s time to repeal Colorado’s ban on using public funds for abortion
Colorado women have a right to choose an abortion, but many lack the means to pay for one. Will Jared Polis address this contradiction?
Littwin: One million Americans have died from COVID. How did we allow that to happen?
Experts are predicting a rapid rise in cases in the fall or winter. Meanwhile, Congress has stalled on a $10 billion bill to help ensure we have the tools to fight the next surge.
Colorado will soon have an office dedicated to helping investigate cases of murdered, missing Indigenous people
Gov. Jared Polis said he will sign Senate Bill 150 into law after weeks of negotiations with lawmakers, tribal representatives
5 ways the Colorado legislature just affected your wallet — in a good way
Your property taxes won’t rise as much as they were supposed to and Coloradans will temporarily avoid a $2 increase in the cost to get or renew a driver’s license
Budgets fat with fossil fuel revenue at odds with climate-change goals in states like Colorado
Will Toor, executive director of the Colorado Energy Office, said the state's not targeting fossil fuel production — only the industry's emissions.
Opinion: Safe eye surgery requires more than a Golden Ticket
Optometrists aren’t eye surgeons. Yet Colorado lawmakers have printed up a new law that allows them to do surgery, with minimal training
100 bills debated at the Colorado legislature this year that you should know about
The Colorado Sun combed through the roughly 650 pieces of legislation introduced at the Capitol this year to find the ones that will affect — or would have affected — your life.
Here’s what’s in the Colorado fentanyl “accountability and prevention” bill just signed into law
House Bill 1326 was one of the most contentious measures debated at the Colorado Capitol this year.
Democrats abandon their pursuit of wildfire building code as Colorado’s 2022 legislative session ends
There are already dozens of pending bills being held up by Republican stall tactics on the last day of session.
Colorado schools with “Thunderbird” mascot set to get one-year reprieve from $25,000 monthly fines
About 24 schools were supposed to get rid of derogatory mascots by June 2022. But any other schools told to jettison mascots will have one year to come into compliance.
Colorado’s high-stakes property tax battle ends dramatically as opposing sides agree to embrace $700M reduction
The legislature will move forward with Senate Bill 238, which would reduce projected property tax increases by $700 million over the next two years, as is
Property tax arms race involving Colorado power players grips Capitol as fragile deal starts to deteriorate
Billions of dollars in funding for schools and local governments are hanging in the balance. Those involved in the negotiations have likened the situation to a high-stakes game of chicken.
When will COVID vaccines be approved for young Colorado kids? Here’s what we know.
Gov. Jared Polis has pressed the federal government to speed up the approval timeline
Colorado is about to spend $28 million to fund free summer bus and train trips. It remains unclear if riders will flock.
The idea is to get Coloradans used to riding transit in the hope they will form a habit. But it’s unclear whether people will take advantage of the offer — let alone come back when they have to pay.
More abortion patients, more money, more volunteers in Colorado if Roe v. Wade is struck down
Both sides predict more intensity in Colorado if states in the South and Midwest outlaw abortion
Jared Polis injects another $5.2 million into his campaign as Republicans lag Democrats in all statewide contests
Democratic incumbents for attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer continue to outraise rivals
Colorado governor, lawmakers unveil plan to slash property taxes by $700M to head off business group’s ballot measure
The relief would last two years. Gov. Jared Polis said his plan is to use that time to find a longer-term solution to Coloradans’ rising property tax bills
Democrats avoid Jared Polis in quest to ensure Coloradans get the full picture on income tax changes
Senate Bill 222 would refer a measure to the November ballot that would require that voters get more up-front information on how income tax initiatives would affect them