A Democrat seeking to unseat a Republican congressman routinely tells voters that he cut his own pay in the state Legislature to set an example about fiscal discipline.
A Colorado congressman who questioned the citizenship of President Barack Obama expanded on his apology Thursday, calling his comments at a GOP fundraiser this month “inappropriate and boneheaded.”
A proposed tax break on back-to-school shopping on clothes, computers and school supplies has been defeated in the closing days of the Colorado Legislature.
Gimmick or godsend, a retail sales tax holiday for consumers is getting a serious look by Colorado lawmakers.
It was a big weekend for Colorado Democrats and Republicans as they gear up for the November elections.
A Colorado proposal to ban discrimination against people wearing motorcyclist gear hit the skids on its first test in the Legislature.
Biker clubs often complain they are discriminated against. State lawmakers are debating a bill that would protect motorcyclists from fashion discrimination.
A Colorado bill that would ban businesses from discriminating against leather-clad motorcyclists faces long odds when it comes up for its first hearing Wednesday.
Familiar themes will dominate the 2012 legislative session — economic growth, school funding and taxes — but they’ll be complicated by an election year in which lawmakers are fighting to keep their seats and a few are running for Congress.
Democratic State Rep. Joe Miklosi, who hopes to capitalize on the newly drawn lines in the state’s legislative district map, may find out that the competiveness of the 6th Congressional District goes both ways, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.