There are already legal challenges being planned to two of the gun control bills signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Wednesday.
Emails between an independent consultant and the Obama administration suggest the consultant felt pressure to help arrange a loan guarantee for a Colorado solar panel manufacturer that later went bankrupt.
America’s history is deeply rooted in the access and possession of firearms, but now in the internet age accessing gun parts could be as easy as downloading a music file.
Starting Wednesday ballots go out in an election that includes a statewide tax hike. Voters will decide whether to increase sales and income taxes to fund education.
While political adversaries of Gov. John Hickenlooper are calling him out for not taking an official position on Proposition 103, the governor made it clear this week where his sympathies lie.
The flagship laboratory for alternative energy in Colorado is trimming its workforce. Critics say it’s a sign of things to come for the green energy industry.
It appears the U.S. Justice Department ponied up serious taxpayer dollars for coffee and soda at the Grand Hyatt in downtown Denver.
Colorado lawmakers are taking the TABOR Amendment to court nearly 20 years after voters passed it.