Proposed $28.5 Billion Colorado Budget Affects Transit, Health CareGov. John Hickenlooper has presented a $28.5 billion proposed budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year that calls for balancing measures affecting transportation and health care spending.
Health Insurance Rates Up More Than 20 Percent In ColoradoColoradans shopping for health insurance will see double-digit rate hikes next year, a result of insurers leaving the market and cutting plans.
Divided Colorado Legislature Wraps Year Of Scant AgreementA divided legislature in an election year was a recipe for Colorado lawmakers to fall short on the state's most urgent priorities.
Colorado Lawmakers Kill Polar Opposite Budget BillsColorado lawmakers on Tuesday killed two bills that were polar opposites in addressing the state's underfunded roads crisis.
Colorado House Sends Roads, Schools Spending Bill To SenateA bill to increase investment in Colorado's underfunded roads and schools has passed the House.
Colorado House Debates Late-Session Roads, Schools SpendingWith less than two weeks to go in Colorado's legislative session, the Democrat-led House is debating a proposal to increase state spending on underfunded roads and schools.
Colorado's Budget Settled, But Debate Coming On Taxes, RefundsIt's late in Colorado's legislative session, and next year's budget is settled.
Colorado Candidates Give Away Guns To Make A Point, Get AttentionIt's campaign season. So it must be time for the candidate gun raffles.
President Obama Tells Jim Benemann Coloradans Need To Step Up, Sign Up For Health CareJim Benemann was in Washington, D.C. Wednesday where he interviewed President Barack Obama about health care.
Taxes, Spending To Top Hickenlooper's State Of State AddressColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is reaching out to Republicans to find a way to invest in roads and schools by avoiding issuing taxpayer refunds.
Hickenlooper Refuses To Give Up Spending And Tax IdeaColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper insisted Tuesday he can work with skeptical Republicans on his plan to avoid having to give refunds to taxpayers and invest the money instead on transportation and schools.
Partisan Spending Rift Divides Colorado Lawmakers, GovernorWith Colorado's legislative session due to start next week, the main agenda item for Gov. John Hickenlooper seems dead on arrival.