Colorado lawmakers will study whether to require snow tires or chains to drive on a mountainous stretch of Interstate 70 during spring and winter months, under a bill Gov. John Hickenlooper is signing into law Wednesday.
Colorado drivers won’t need snow tires or chains to drive on Interstate 70 next winter.
The budget, reining in ballot measures, education turmoil and a pricey road plan are among the tops being discussed this week at the state Capitol.
Colorado drivers won’t be required to get snow tires to drive on Interstate 70 next winter, after all.
A Colorado proposal to expand snow-tire requirements during winter months has hit a skid in the state Senate.
A bill to require all motorists in Colorado to use snow tires or chains during snowy months on Colorado’s major mountain highway has passed its toughest test in the state Legislature.
A national Tea Party organization is endorsing Owen Hill in the crowded Republican primary to challenge Democratic Sen. Mark Udall.
A recent poll shows that the GOP primary for the 2014 U.S. Senate race in Colorado is tightening up and the stakes are only getting higher.
Democratic Sen. Mark Udall has found himself in a tight race for re-election in Colorado as state voters turn on President Obama and his health care law, according to a poll released Thursday.
Ken Buck is watching what he says. The Republican prosecutor became a symbol for his party’s political overreach in 2010, when he beat the establishment pick in a U.S. Senate primary, only to lose to Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet.