Latest Politics Updates

Ken Salazar, U.S. Ambassador To Mexico, Talks Trade & COVID With Gov. Jared PolisGov. Jared Polis joined U.S. Ambassador to Mexico and former Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar to talk about U.S.-Mexico trade and the economy.
Battering Ram Used In Home Search of Mesa County Clerk SupporterThe FBI searched four homes on the Western Slope this week, connected to an alleged breach of election security and alleged misuse of campaign funds.
'I've Done Nothing Wrong' Says Tina Peters After Agents Raid The Mesa County Clerk's HomeThe Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters is speaking out after federal agents as well as state investigators raided her home.
Search Warrants Executed In Colorado Election Security ProbeA multiagency task force has executed search warrants at four locations in western Colorado amid an ongoing investigation into allegations that an elections clerk was involved in a security breach of elections equipment earlier this year.
New Infrastructure Law Means Nearly $4 Billion For Colorado RoadsWhile some of the money will be distributed through competitive grant programs next year, the Colorado Department of Transportation will likely see money for road projects right away.
New Colorado House And Senate Maps Approved By Colorado Supreme CourtThe Colorado Supreme Court approved new state House and Senate maps. The maps cover districts for state representation in the Colorado Legislature.
Gov. Polis Invited To Join Infrastructure Bill Signing At White HouseGov. Jared Polis will head to Washington, D.C. to attend the signing of the infrastructure bill at the White House on Monday. The bill was passed by Congress on Nov. 5. 
Technology Requirement In Infrastructure Bill Means New Cars Will Be Equipped With Anti-Drunk Driving SensorsOne of the lesser known provisions in the infrastructure bill could save thousands of lives by stopping drunk driving before it starts. A volunteer with MADD Colorado is among those who lobbied for it.
Thomas Hamner Of Colorado Charged In Connection To Jan. 6 Riot At U.S. CapitolThomas Patrick Hamner, 48, of Peyton was arrested Tuesday in Colorado Springs.
Denver Panel On Psilocybin Mushrooms Releases Recommendations On DecriminalizationA psilocybin mushroom police review panel in Denver recommends expanding the legal use of the drug.
Colorado Man, Thomas Hamner, Charged & In Custody For Alleged Actions During Jan. 6 Capitol RiotThe number of those from Colorado arrested from the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol is growing.
Governor Polis Joins Others In Effort To Move Cannabis Industry Into Banking SystemGov. Jared Polis and 21 other governors from across the country sent a letter to Congress urging lawmakers to allow cannabis shops to use banks.