Prosecutors in a western Colorado county found no evidence of tampering in the 2020 presidential election as alleged by a clerk who has become a prominent voice among those promoting former President Donald Trump's false claims of a stolen election.

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Prosecutors Debunk Mesa County Clerk's 2020 Election ClaimsProsecutors in a western Colorado county found no evidence of tampering in the 2020 presidential election as alleged by a clerk who has become a prominent voice among those promoting former President Donald Trump's false claims of a stolen election.
Bill Aimed At Preventing Predatory Towing Practices Was Among Those Approved By Colorado LawmakersColorado's legislative session just ended, but not before lawmakers passed some major changes for the towing business.
Colorado Lawmakers Crack Down On Employers Who Steal Workers’ Wages: 'We Are Going To Go After Every Single Company Doing This'Some Colorado employers are stealing the wages of their workers and new research shows it's hurting all of us. The Colorado Fiscal Institute says last year workers here lost nearly $730 million to wage theft. Meanwhile, the state lost about $45 million in tax revenue for roads, schools and other public services.
Colorado's Legislature Passes Fentanyl Bill Before End Of SessionColorado’s Legislature capped its session by passing a bill designed to confront the fentanyl crisis by giving prosecutors more room to pursue felony convictions while providing substantial support and treatment services.
Time Running Out For A Colorado Plan For A Bill To Deal With The Fentanyl CrisisThe Colorado House and the Senate passed different versions of the bill.
Toxic 'Forever Chemicals' To Be Banned From Some Consumer Products Sold In Colorado, After Legislature Passes BillA bill restricting the sale of consumer products containing PFAS, commonly known as "forever chemicals," has passed both the Colorado house and senate, and is on its way to the governor's desk to become law.
Flavored Tobacco Ban Bill Killed In State SenateThe flavored tobacco ban bill in the state Senate was killed in committee.
House Fails To Take Up Bill Named After Two Victims Of School Bus AccidentsTwo months after an 11-year-old girl from Parachute was hit and killed by a school bus, a bill aimed at increasing school bus safety has died in the final hours of the legislative session.
Colorado Legislative Session Wraps Up With Bonus For Taxpayers -- Bigger Refunds This YearBoth Colorado lawmakers and taxpayers got some good news in the final hours of the legislative session.
'No One Should Die Alone' State Senator Fights For Visitation Rights In Colorado Health Care FacilitiesA bill aimed at making sure people can visit their loved ones in health care facilities may be in danger of dying with just three days left in the Colorado legislative session.
Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette Reacts To Draft Supreme Court Decision Overturning Roe V. WadeColorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette reacted to the draft Supreme Court decision that will overturn Roe v. Wade.
A Look At Colorado Law Amid Reported Abortion Draft OpinionWe looked into Colorado's state laws surrounding this Tuesday morning. Four weeks ago, Gov. Jared Polis signed into law House Bill 12-79, also known as the Reproductive Health Quality Act, giving women the right to an abortion. It also says an egg, embryo or fetus does not have independent rights.
Property Tax Relief Package Would Save Average Colorado Homeowner $274A proposal would help Coloradans save money on rising property taxes in the midst of the hot housing market.
Colorado Leaders React To Leaked Abortion Supreme Court Draft OpinionColorado leaders are reacting to a reported leaked U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion that points to Roe v. Wade being overturned this summer.
Colorado Congressman Jason Crow Travels To UkraineColorado Congressman Jason Crow traveled to Ukraine over the weekend.
Bill To Support Underrepresented Communities Heads To Governor's DeskTwo years later, the effects of the pandemic are still hitting some Colorado communities hard, including the nonprofits that support them.
State Lawmakers Pass 'Right To Repair' BillThe "Right to Repair" bill is headed to Gov. Jared Polis' desk.
State Lawmakers Hear Collective Bargaining BillDozens of county commissioners in Colorado oppose a bill being heard which would require counties to agree to collective bargaining if enough workers vote to unionize.
Fentanyl Bill Passes Out Of Colorado House 43-22The Colorado State Senate will take up a sweeping fentanyl bill on Tuesday after it passed out of the House of Representatives on Monday.
Gov. Polis Calls for $400 Refund Checks To Go Out This SummerGov. Jared Polis wants to issue checks to every Colorado taxpayer over the next few months.
'No Reason The Government Should Sit On Your Money': Gov. Polis Calls for $400 Refund Checks To Go Out This SummerCall it Christmas in July: Gov. Jared Polis wants to issue checks to every Colorado taxpayer over the next few months. Individuals would receive $400 each, and couples would get $800. The refunds are required under the Taxpayer Bill of Rights or TABOR but weren't set to go out until next year.
Dennis Gallagher, Colorado Political Figure, Dies At Age Of 82Dennis Gallagher has died at the age of 82 after serving Denver and the State of Colorado for years.
Bill Provides Millions Of Dollars For Under-Insured Marshall Fire Victims After Superior Trustees Beg for HelpFour months after the Marshall Fire, the toll continues to mount in the small town of Superior. But Town Trustee Neal Shah says the numbers are already staggering.
State Lawmakers Prepare To Introduce Explosive Labor Bill At State CapitolCounty commissioners from across the state condemned the bill at the state Capitol on Friday.

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