Colorado Republicans aren’t happy with a health care law promoted by some of their own leaders in the state Legislature.
Colorado lawmakers are entering their final month of the 2012 session with plenty left to do – but without the caustic atmosphere one might expect in the closing days of an election year.
Amazon won’t say if it plans to return to Colorado after a federal court ruling Tuesday.
A Republican bill encouraging Colorado agencies to seek waivers from federal regulations got initial approval.
House lawmakers approved a bill to forbid the state from seizing Colorado residents’ firearms during a declared state of emergency.
Colorado’s Republican-led House on Thursday passed what the GOP calls a new tactic to challenge the federal health care overhaul.
Colorado Senate Republican Leader Bill Cadman says GOP Sen. Keith King has “gracefully bowed out” of running for re-election in a new Democratic-drawn district that pit both lawmakers in the same seat next year.
Democrats scored a big victory Tuesday with the approval of preliminary Colorado legislative districts that would force Republican leadership to battle their own party members for re-election next year.
Colorado Republicans are furious over proposed Democratic-drawn districts that pit several incumbents against each other in 2012 races.
A legislative term in Colorado that started with promises of bipartisan camaraderie neared a bumpy end Wednesday with Democrats and Republicans bickering over nearly every matter they considered.