Joint Budget Committee
Colorado’s top Senate Democrat wants state lawmakers to go without pay and benefits if they can’t agree on a budget, saying his proposal addresses a public perception that legislators bicker too much.
Colorado House Democrats selected Rep. Mark Ferrandino as their new leader after Rep. Sal Pace stepped down from the post.
DENVER (AP) – Colorado officials insist they’re combing through state spending to try to close an estimated half-billion dollar shortfall — but figuring out exactly how much Colorado pays for employees’ mobile devices is nearly […]
State lawmakers proposed delaying the closure of a southeastern Colorado prison amid concerns from rural county officials who say the facility is a big economic driver for the region.
State lawmakers and officials from a southeastern Colorado city are discussing the possible closing of a prison that residents say will damage the area’s economy.
A school-breakfast subsidy facing a possible budget cut would be protected under a new proposal at the Colorado Capitol.
A coalition of faith-based groups in Colorado Springs has offered to contribute the $124,229 needed to continue breakfasts for needy school children if the Colorado Legislature can’t find the money.
Democrats accused Republicans of being hardhearted on Monday for voting to cut off subsidized breakfasts for needy children.