The economy and the federal debt dominated a debate by Colorado congressional candidates Monday, with both parties showing little movement from familiar talking points in the past month before the election.
It’s October in an election year – that means political debates are heating up.
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.
The best-laid plans of Colorado’s Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division have backfired, leading to what one lawmaker is calling gross government excess.
Colorado’s longest-serving congressional Republican, Rep. Doug Lamborn of Colorado Springs, faces the biggest primary challenge of his U.S. House career Tuesday.
Colorado is facing accusations of misusing money from medical marijuana patients.
A marijuana blood standard for drivers appears headed for approval in Colorado – thanks to a Republican senator who changed her mind from last year.
Senators have rejected a Republican proposal to limit the scope of how Colorado regulates child care businesses.
Gay couples waiting for rights similar to those afforded to married couples got closer on Wednesday to a legislative showdown with Colorado Republicans.
Talk about red tape: Colorado’s Department of Human Services last year proposed regulating child care businesses down to the number of crayons per box and the color of dolls kids can play with.