Outdoor Trade Show Leaves Utah, Opens Door For ColoradoA lucrative outdoor trade show that's been staged in Salt Lake City for two decades announced Thursday it will be leaving Utah over the latest disagreement with state leaders about their stance on public lands.
Colorado Warms To Pot Clubs, Despite Federal UncertaintyAt risk of raising the ire of the White House, Colorado is on the brink of becoming the first state with licensed pot clubs. But the details of how these clubs will operate are as hazy as the underground clubs operating already.
Gov. Hickenlooper Talks Pot Challenges In California CapitolColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper told California state senators Tuesday to set standards for edible marijuana goods and driving under the influence of cannabis as soon as possible.
Hickenlooper: Time Is Now For Colorado Roads SpendingGov. John Hickenlooper told Colorado municipal leaders Thursday that time has run out on partisan debate over how to fix the state's roads and that lawmakers must consider all options for a ballot measure to be referred to voters this year.
Hickenlooper: Time Is Now For Colorado Roads SpendingGov. John Hickenlooper told Colorado municipal leaders that time has run out on partisan debate over how to fix the state's roads.
Bill Allowing Bars To Stay Open 24/7 Appears On Fast Track To GovernorOn Wednesday a bill that would allow local governments to decide when bars are required to close passed on an 11-2 vote and appears and a fast track to Gov. John Hickenlooper’s desk.
Hickenlooper Urges Coloradans To Be Open-Minded About TrumpGov. John Hickenlooper is talking about the Trump administration for the first time since the president's inauguration.
'A Little Bit Of Colorado In Washington': Gorsuch Meets With GardnerAt the White House and in front of America, Colorado Judge Neil Gorsuch laid out his judicial philosophy after being nominated for the U.S. Supreme Court by President Donald Trump on Tuesday.
Gov. Hickenlooper Condemns Pres. Trump Travel BanColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is urging President Donald Trump to rescind his executive order temporarily banning refugees.
Trump's Executive Order Could Help Fix Colorado Roads Faster, For LessThere's a money grab for transportation funds in Colorado's young legislative session.
Lawmakers Concerned: Trump Freezes EPA Grants, Bars CommunicationSome Colorado lawmakers say they are deeply troubled by an order by President Donald Trump to censor several agencies' communication and freeze grant awards from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Lawmakers Wary Of Request To Raise Colorado Pot Sales TaxSome Colorado lawmakers are skeptical of a request by the governor to raise pot sales taxes to help raise money for public schools.