Colorado General Assembly
Recreational marijuana has turned into big business in Colorado. The industry is generating millions of dollars in new tax revenue, but lawmakers are reluctant to rely on it.
A letter to the editor written by a man who was dying has prompted a controversial bill at the state Capitol that would legalize assisted dying.
A lobbyist has filed a lawsuit against the Colorado General Assembly. Joseph Neville claims his rights were violated as a result of a confrontation with a state representative.
Lincoln County commissioners joined nine other northeastern Colorado counties in putting the 51st State Initiative on the November ballot.
It looks like Weld County voters will be casting ballots this fall on whether to pursue seceding from Colorado.
Ten counties, including Weld and Morgan, started talking about seceding last month. Now Lincoln and Cheyenne counties say they want to join a new state they’d call “North Colorado.”