Republicans are trailing Democrats across Colorado. They hope to gain ground with their ground game.
Democrats have rerouted their volunteers and resources toward expanding phone banks and digital ad spending to reach voters in other ways. The GOP thinks that won’t be enough.
Colorado workers must be offered paid sick leave starting next year. Here’s what that means for you.Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
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If Congress doesn’t raise the tobacco-purchasing age to 21, Colorado lawmakers next year will try to
A pair of Democrats have already been working on legislation to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products in the state, which is currently 18 years old
Colorado may legalize sports betting with Prop. DD. But a different gambling expansion didn’t make it.
The Joint Budget Committee blocked a request from Gov. Jared Polis’ administration to add 200 Colorado lottery machines at Walmart stores
Lawmakers are finally setting out to retool Colorado’s school funding formula. They’ll have to reach a consensus on these questions first.
Three key factors influence how much money Colorado’s 178 districts receive per pupil. A committee that’s been stalled for two years may have moved the needle with ways to rebalance funding.
A partisan split on whether to use state funds to help local governments’ transportation needs foreshadows even more difficult choices down the road
Colorado lawmakers won’t finish their calendar. Now Democrats have to decide which bills to let die.
There are hundreds of bills left unresolved in the General Assembly as lawmakers enter the final week of the four-month legislative session
Averting the cut would free up state money that lawmakers could spend on schools and roads, but homeowners would miss out on planned property tax relief
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It’s the Year of the Renter at the Colorado statehouse, from rent control to less stringent eviction timelines
Several bills are on Colorado Democrats’ agenda to fix what tenants call an imbalance of power, while landlords say too much, too fast could worsen housing crisis
The national popular vote compact, tougher oil and gas regulations and other social issues are driving opposition from critics