Colorado State Legislature
After issuing a public apology and seeing a State House committee assignment taken away from him, some may think Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt has been punished for his offensive comments, but publicity of all kinds is more valuable than they may think.
The negative headlines made by rogue cops in 2014 are now fueling new public policy proposals in Denver and the Colorado Legislature in 2015.
The tragic murder of Kristine Kirk will likely cause political fallout in many different areas in Colorado politics.
GOP State lawmakers made headlines this week with bills that have little to no chance of passing a Democratic legislature. So what’s the strategy of presenting these bills that have a snowball’s chance?
Colorado lost a true leader in Ken Gordon, who keenly understood how to use passion to serve our community and do it with a true sense of integrity, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
As the cleanup and recovery continue, how shall Colorado’s elected leaders react and handle the plethora of issues that have been created by the recent devastating floods?
With the speed and progress that state lawmakers are making in this legislative session, some are wondering how this may affect the 2014 election.
Larry Eustachy’s squad has won 26 straight games at home and compiled a 19-4 record this season. They have a 6-2 record in the Mountain West Conference.
While gun control proposals have dominated national and local headlines, the other major issue that many, including our governor and our president, feel is equally important, has yet to be covered.