The paid family leave bill drew the most lobbying attention through March, but other hot-button bills had less money spent to track them
Colorado lawmakers plan to remove $2.3 billion transportation question from ballot, delay it to 2020By John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado schools will get more money thanks to new estimates. And homeowners can expect to pay more.By Brian Eason Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
These numbers describe Colorado’s economic outlook — and whether Polis will get full-day kindergartenBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The measure would amount to the most substantial effort in years to rollback the state’s unique limits on government spending
The current ratio of of in-state to out-of-state students today is about 60-40 at University of Colorado Boulder, an analysis finds. And it may soon flip.
The Denver teacher strike is over. Now lawmakers are trying to solve Colorado’s chronic education funding problem.
One plan under discussion at the statehouse would raise an additional $451 million every year to educate students, while another would impact property taxes and change how funds are distributed.
Colorado’s prison budget nears $1 billion as inmate population grows. Frustrated leaders wanted action yesterday.
An early uproar about a supplemental budget bill shows the intensity behind the criminal justice debate this legislative session
The new Democratic governor’s style represents “moving from one extreme to the other,” and it’s creating tension in the party’s ranks
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