Congressman Cory Gardner put Colorado’s Senate race on the national radar.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo is calling for the superintendent of Denver Public Schools to resign over a program that allows for the hiring of teachers who came to the country illegally.
Jaime Leon Rivas has won a stay of deportation that will allow him to graduate from high school.
Just 45 percent of Colorado voters want Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper re-elected, and half disapprove of his stance on new gun laws and the death penalty after his refusal to set an execution date for a convicted mass murderer, according to a poll released Friday.
Seven big Republican donors from Colorado are among the hundreds of leading business groups and GOP donors that have called for action on immigration legislation.
Can Rep. Mike Coffman’s strategy on immigration reform be a guide for fellow Republicans?
Lawmakers who supported Colorado’s new law allowing state residents to receive in-state tuition even if they are in the country without legal permission are celebrating the registration of new students qualifying for the rate.
An analysis by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy says Colorado would gain almost $43 million in tax revenue if people in the state who entered the country illegally were allowed to work legally.
Two Republicans have stepped forward to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall — and they’re launching their initial attacks after backing some of the GOP’s most conservative positions.
If any success is to come from the latest attempt at immigration reform by Congress, it may come down to how desperate House Republicans and President Obama are to see some positive progress before the 2014 election.