GOP Ground Game Could Turn Control Of Colorado SenateIt's clear that voters nationwide are scratching a six-year itch midway through President Barack Obama's second term, and that's played a massive role in the senate and governor races in Colorado.
Parties Vie For Control Of Colorado LegislatureColorado Republicans hope to erase Democrats' one-seat majority in the state Senate on Tuesday and cut into, if not overturn, the Democrats' 37-28 majority in the House. Some key races:
Parties Vie For Control Of Colorado LegislatureColorado Democrats have a comfortable cushion in the state House that will boost their chances of retaining control there in November. But their slim majority in the Senate hangs by a thread.
Lawmakers Grapple On Tax Aid For Disaster VictimsLawmakers are trying to agree on last-minute changes to a proposal that would give a property tax break to residents affected by massive Colorado flooding and wildfires last year.
Lawmakers Weigh Tax Aid For Disaster VictimsPeople who lost their homes and businesses during historic Colorado floods and wildfires last year may still get some relief on their property taxes, but it'll be smaller than initially expected.
Payments To Colorado Fire Victims Get Initial OKColorado lawmakers are advancing a proposal budgeting $17.6 million for victims of a wildfire that killed three people and burned down two dozen homes in the foothills southwest of Denver.
Colorado Mulling Tobacco Ban Expansion For ChildrenA Colorado Senate committee voted Wednesday to expand the definition of tobacco products that are off-limits to minors.
Colorado Lawmakers Won't Pursue Building Code For FiresColorado lawmakers looking ahead to the next fire season after a historic year are shying away from statewide building requirements.
Rural Colorado Lawmakers Closer To Per Diem HikeColorado senators from both parties were on the defense Tuesday, as they gave tentative approval to a measure that includes more money for rural lawmakers.