Transportation and road projects always seem to be stop-and-go because of funding, and that problem could get worse after Congress failed to pass a long-term transporation bill during their most recent session.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter are asking the Internal Revenue Service to waive penalties levied on marijuana businesses for paying taxes in cash.
There’s an effort to bring more affordable housing options to one of Colorado’s most popular destinations. It’s taking an act of Congress, but Summit County should soon acquire a big chunk of land for more housing.
The newest U.S. Patent Office that opens in Denver on Monday is expected to generate an estimated $440 million to the region over the first five years and create hundreds of jobs.
The newest U.S. Patent Office will open in Denver on Monday. The announcement on the new facility was made last summer.
Many builders in Colorado support immigration reform because the industry is facing a serious labor shortage.
Colorado Senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet have launched a renewed push for immigration reform.
Weld County prosecutor Ken Buck has won the Republican primary election for Colorado’s 4th Congressional District, defeating a state senator and two other Republicans.
Four Republican candidates are duking it out over the chance to secure their party’s nomination for a rare open congressional seat that covers much of the eastern third of Colorado.
It wasn’t all that long ago that Republicans used gay marriage as a tool to drive Election Day turnout. But as public opinion on the issue has turned and courts strike down same-sex marriage bans, gay rights is evolving into a wedge issue for Democrats to wield.