Latest Politics Updates

Republican John Kellner Announces Plans To Run For Colorado Attorney GeneralColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser has his first potential challenger in the November election.
'We Are Finally Catching Up': Retired Denver Judge Says Having A Black Woman On The Supreme Court Long OverduePresident Biden has vowed to replace Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer with a qualified black female. Retired Denver County Judge Gary Jackson calls it a move that is long overdue.
New North Denver Community Part Of The Solution To Colorado's Housing Affordability CrisisAs the snow came down in north Denver on Thursday, the walls went up on a rare kind of home in Colorado -- the affordable kind.
State Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Study Psilocybin Mushrooms & Mental HealthColorado lawmakers are looking into how psychedelic mushrooms could help with mental health treatment in the state.
State Lawmakers Cracking Down On Professional ShopliftersA bill by Representatives Dylan Roberts and Terri Carver aims to crack down on professional shoplifters or "boosters."
Secretary Of State Issues Elbert County Clerk Subpoena Amid Possible Election Security BreachA second county clerk is under investigation by the Colorado Secretary of State's office over a possible security breach involving election equipment.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Bringing Back Controversial Camping Ban ProposalAurora’s city council will soon debate banning residents who are experiencing homelessness from camping in the city, a tactic some believe improves safety, while critics say it criminalizes homelessness.
Ethics Office Says Colorado Congressman Doug Lamborn May Have Broken LawA congressional ethics watchdog has concluded that U.S. Reps. Marie Newman of Illinois and Doug Lamborn of Colorado may have violated federal law, prompting reviews from the House Ethics Committee.
Coloradans Attend Anti-Vaccine Mandate Rally At Colorado State CapitolProtesters gathered at the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol building on Sunday to call for an end to vaccine mandates.
'You Just Have No Rights Once They Tow Your Car': State Lawmakers Target Predatory Towing In New SessionTwo state representatives are hoping their new, proposed bill, will put the brakes on Colorado towing companies.
'Health Crisis': State Lawmakers Consider Ban On Flavored Tobacco Products
Bipartisan Effort Launched To Make Dearfield Part Of The National Park SystemA bipartisan effort is underway in Colorado to make a ghost town in Weld County part of the National Park System.