Effort To Allow Marijuana Dispensaries To Use Banks ResurfacesNext week, a congressional hearing on access to banking for cannabis related services is expected.
'24 Days. That's A Record': Colorado's Democrats Talk About Shutdown SolutionColorado's Congressional delegation talked about the federal government shutdown at Denver International Airport on Monday morning.
Furloughed Employees Visit Food Bank During Government ShutdownAs the partial government shutdown continues to impact finances for those furloughed employees, Coloradans are teaming up to make sure no one goes hungry.
People And Businesses Come Together To Help Feed Unpaid Government WorkersWith many federal workers living paycheck to paycheck, people and businesses are stepping in to help.
Some Colorado Representatives Not Taking Paychecks During ShutdownSome of Colorado's Congressional representatives are refusing to accept their paychecks during the government shutdown.
Congressman Ed Perlmutter To Support Nancy PelosiColorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter spoke out about a deal he helped negotiate which clears the way for Nancy Pelosi to be the next Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Rep. Ed Perlmutter Wants To Make Health Care Pricing Available Up FrontShopping for health care could become as easy as shopping for a car. A bill introduced by Colorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter would require transparency in the pricing of everything from surgeries to prescription drugs.
Democratic Rep. Perlmutter Re-Elected To Congressional District 7Colorado Democratic Rep. Ed Perlmutter has won a seventh term in Congress.
Rap Artists Get Behind Republican Congressional Candidate Mark BarringtonSome rap artists are getting behind a Republican congressional candidate from Colorado. Mark Barrington says they've connected on criminal justice reform.
Colorado Congressmen React To President's Announcement On IranSome of Colorado's congressmen are responding to President Donald Trump's announcement on Tuesday.
Bill In Congress Could Bring BLM To ColoradoRep. Jared Polis is the latest member of Colorado's Congressional District to join an effort to move the Bureau of Land Management out of Washington and into the West.