Ken Buck announced his 2014 U.S. Senate run this week, but the real question is how will his second run be different than his first?
Two Republicans have stepped forward to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall — and they’re launching their initial attacks after backing some of the GOP’s most conservative positions.
A set of laws to govern how recreational marijuana should be grown, sold and taxed was signed into law Tuesday in Colorado, where Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper called the laws the state’s best attempt to navigate the uncharted territory of legalized recreational pot.
A mammoth bill to overhaul Colorado’s complicated school-finance formula won initial approval in the state Senate Monday, despite worries the changes won’t mean a thing if voters don’t approve more than $1 billion in new taxes this fall.
The leadership of the Colorado Republican House’s fragile majority appealed for unity after primary elections that knocked off some GOP incumbents.
Colorado’s longest-serving congressional Republican, Rep. Doug Lamborn of Colorado Springs, faces the biggest primary challenge of his U.S. House career Tuesday.
The goal for Colorado Republicans this November is to control the state Legislature, but first they’ll have to survive some bruising primary fights that have would-be allies taking powerful swings at each other.
A Republican lawmaker who wants to lower car fees to the tune of $12 million a year is trying again to ratchet back vehicle registration fees.
House Republicans advanced a proposal Monday to fine Colorado employers who fail to show proof their workers are in the country legally.
A Republican lawmaker who wanted to copy Arizona’s immigration law is expected to kill his bill, but opponents say they’re still worried about other proposals targeting illegal immigration this this session.