Colorado’s sweeping police accountability bill now requires officers to face imminent threat before using deadly forceJesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The 2019 election attracts millions in money from nonprofits, whose donors remain hidden despite a new state disclosure law
Colorado’s consumer protection laws are getting much tougher — and that could help with the state’s opioid lawsuit
The state’s consumer protection laws were ranked among the weakest in the U.S. by a consumer advocacy group. The legislature responded, passing an overhaul 30 years in the making that Attorney General Phil Weiser said is “a big deal"
Senate Bill 42 faced fierce pushback from Republicans at the Colorado Capitol
Without a single Republican in support, national popular vote effort moves to Colorado governor’s desk
Senate BIll 42 faced stiff opposition from the GOP as it made its way through the Colorado legislature in recent weeks, ending in hours of debate over Wednesday and Thursday
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
Proposition 112 fails, but big vote total signals oil and gas setbacks will be headed to the Colorado capitol
Industry spent $40 million fighting the measure and is reluctant to face a rematch in 2020