In just one week Coloradans will vote on one of the largest tax increases in state history. Amendment 66 would raise income taxes by a billion dollars, and eyes and money from out of state are trying to influence the decision.
Stimulus funds aimed at jump starting the economy paid for about 4,000 trees in Denver, with many ending up at million dollar homes in Denver’s priciest neighborhoods where residents can afford to buy their own.
Gov. John Hickenlooper issued a last-minute warning Monday against any attempts to disrupt Colorado’s first legislative recall election.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is asking Colorado’s attorney general to look into what he calls a political stunt by a Republican activist who switched his residency so he could vote in the recall election of Senate President John Morse of Colorado Springs.
Lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee voted 8-3 on Thursday to move forward with the bill, which would also repeal the related crime of contributing to “sexual immorality” by providing a place, such as a hotel room, for unmarried people to have sex.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 — commonly known as stimulus funds and designed to jumpstart the US economy — has paid for 6,108 new refrigerators that have been installed in Colorado homes in the last three years.
New York City’s proposed ban on large sugary drinks sounds extreme – but the governor of the nation’s leanest state is listening.
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.