Civil unions for gay couples moved forward in the Colorado Senate Friday, legislation that is all but certain to become law as some Republicans raise concern about religious freedoms.
Democrats and Republicans are zeroing in on the outer ring of Denver’s suburbs in their battle for control of the state Legislature.
While most Colorado political eyes are on the presidential race this fall, state leaders are working to focus voters’ attention on a handful of Denver-area state House and Senate races that could determine which parties control the Legislature in 2013.
Halfway through their legislative term, Colorado lawmakers from both parties agree on one thing: Their hardest work is yet to come.
The first of what are likely to be hundreds of closings announcements came from a pretty important place early Thursday afternoon — the state Capitol.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says state employees and contractors will have to make more sacrifices as the state grapples with the Great Recession.
Immigration bills expected to come before Colorado lawmakers this year have been introduced, starting what promises to be a contentious debate.