Colorado, Two-Thirds Of States Face Budget ChallengesTwo-thirds of states in the U.S., including Colorado, are facing budget shortfalls or challenges this year.
Highways Top Legislative Talk, But Agreement ElusiveThere's no debate — Colorado needs a big plan to pay for billions in needed highway upgrades.
Veterans Hope Push-Ups Bring Attention To PTSDSome veterans gathered outside the state Capitol as the 2017 Legislative Session got underway on Wednesday to exercise. Actually, they did push-ups to call attention to PTSD.
Builder Liability Bill 1st On List For Colorado LegislatureAffordable housing is the first order of business for the new Colorado Legislature.
Colorado Lawmakers Return To Work Under Cloud Of UncertaintyColorado lawmakers are returning to work under a cloud of uncertainty Wednesday.
Elector Replaced After Refusing To Vote For ClintonThere was some drama at the state Capitol on Monday afternoon when one elector had to be replaced after refusing to vote for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
State Capitol Protest As Electors Meet To VoteAbout 100 shivering protesters have gathered on the steps of Colorado's Capitol building in Denver on Monday morning.
Hundreds Of Students Protest TrumpHundreds of students in Denver walked out of class on Monday morning to protest Donald Trump's presidential election.
Colorado Lawmakers Elect New House Speaker, Senate PresidentColorado's state Legislature isn't changing hands between parties — but both the House and Senate have elected new bosses because of term limits.
Thousands Protest President-Elect TrumpThousands gathered at the state Capitol on Thursday evening to protest President-Elect Donald Trump. That demonstration took thousands through the streets of downtown Denver and eventually onto Interstate 25.
Higher Minimum Wage Supporters Rally At State CapitolSupporters of a higher minimum wage gathered for a rally on the steps of the state Capitol on Tuesday.
Police Shooting Protests In Denver Calm, Lightly AttendedPolice protests were calm and lightly attended in Denver Monday, when a group of about 50 waved signs decrying police killings while a smaller group entered a fourth day of quietly mourning blacks killed by police in the last year.

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