Battleground Colorado Enters 2016 With Abortion DebatesColorado Republicans could be forgiven for thinking that several years of fiery political contests over abortion and reproductive rights were behind them.
Taxes, Spending Top Hickenlooper's State Of State AddressColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper urged Republicans again on Thursday to find a way to invest in roads and schools in the fast-growing state by avoiding taxpayer refunds.
Hickenlooper Refuses To Give Up Spending And Tax IdeaColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper insisted Tuesday he can work with skeptical Republicans on his plan to avoid having to give refunds to taxpayers and invest the money instead on transportation and schools.
Partisan Spending Rift Divides Colorado Lawmakers, GovernorWith Colorado's legislative session due to start next week, the main agenda item for Gov. John Hickenlooper seems dead on arrival.
Pro-Immigrant Groups Band Together, Say Driver’s License Program Has 'Been Fumbled'There's a push to make it easier for undocumented immigrants to get Colorado driver's licenses and on Monday supporters rallied outside a Division of Motor Vehicles office in Denver.
Former Parker Mayor Says He Will Run For SenateGreg Lopez, a Republican and former director of the Colorado office of the Small Business Administration, is running for U.S. Senate in a longshot bid to unseat Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet.
New Law Will Making Schools Liable For Violence Named For Claire DavisLegislation to allow lawsuits against Colorado schools when there are shootings or other violence has been signed into law Wednesday by Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Rep. Mike Coffman Declines US Senate Run Against Michael BennetRepublican Rep. Mike Coffman is not going to challenge incumbent Sen. Michael Bennet in next year's election.
With Budget Surpluses, Colorado Lawmakers Debate RefundsColorado has reached the era of budget surpluses after years of deficits. But state constitutional spending restrictions mean those surpluses set up an ideological battle between Democrats and Republicans.
Bills Seek More Oversight On Colorado Law EnforcementColorado legislators passed a half-dozen bills this session increasing oversight on law enforcement, including encouraging the use of officer-worn body cameras, revamping training and strengthening the public's right to record police activity.
Lawmakers May Halt Gaylord Hotel Project ConstructionLawmakers may stop a major construction hotel project in Aurora from being built. A bill advancing through the state Capitol would change the plan for the Gaylord Rockies Hotel and Conference Center.
Fetal Homicide Bill Approved By Senate, But Prospects DimColorado's Republican Senate approved a bill Monday creating a new crime of fetal homicide, a measure proposed in response to an attack on a pregnant woman last month in Longmont.