Jared Polis

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Gov. Polis won’t stop Denver teachers’ strike Monday. But here is why he’s worried about fallout.

The Democratic governor warns that such a strike could hurt a ballot campaign for more education and road money

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Three spots still vacant in Gov. Polis’ cabinet a month after inauguration

The Colorado governor's office says its goal is to fill the executive director jobs by mid-February

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Colorado lawmakers are weighing whether to allow cheaper prescription drugs to be imported from Canada

Senate Bill 5 is central to Democratic Gov. Jared Polis' campaign to rein in health care costs for Coloradans

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For first time, Colorado budget writers on Monday will allow public input. Here’s a guide to how it works.

The powerful Joint Budget Committee will hold its first-ever public testimony to get public feedback on how to spend $30 billion next fiscal year

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Jared Polis injected himself into Denver teachers’ strike. Now he needs a way out.

The new governor must decide whether to intervene and prevent a teacher walkout, a decision with major political implications

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Gov. Jared Polis wants to eliminate a Trump tax break to pay for a Colorado tax cut

The $400 billion federal tax cut for pass-through businesses is where Polis hopes to find money to deliver a broader income tax cut in Colorado. But even Democratic lawmakers are concerned.

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Colorado lawmakers are sparring over a plan to bypass the Electoral College. Here’s what’s at stake.

Democrats aim to make the popular vote paramount in the U.S., but Republican state lawmakers counter that Senate Bill 42 would hurt less populous states like Colorado

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As their revenues grew, Colorado hospitals pushed costs onto privately insured patients and reaped billions, according to a new state report

The report sets up one major battle in health cost fight, as Gov. Jared Polis officially creates his new Office of Saving People Money on Health Care