U.S. Rep. Ken Buck said he wants to punch actor Robert De Niro in the face, and the Windsor Republican predicted that the Democrats' zeal for impeachment will hand the House majority back to the GOP in next year's election.
The state Air Quality Control Commission heard opinions Tuesday in Rifle City Council chambers about whether proposed regulation changes should be uniform statewide or less strict outside of the Front Range.
The Public Trust Institute has filed a complaint with the state's Independent Ethics Commission, alleging that former state Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, violated the state's two-year timeout on lobbying activities.
A final actuarial analysis of the proposed family and medical leave program that will be decided by lawmakers in 2020 shows an even bigger costs for the program than what was cited in a draft analysis released two weeks ago.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced on Tuesday that it has revised its policies governing “good moral character” standards for immigrants in response to U.S. Attorney General William Barr’s direction.
Harber is facing a Democratic primary with Callie Rennison and David Gross for the seat held by Democrat Linda Schoemaker, who isn't seeking another six-year term on the nine-member board.
Colorado Petco stores had numerous record-keeping violations between January and July of this year, and one store experienced two animal deaths, according to documents from the state Department of Agriculture.
The seat's current occupant, Roger Partridge, is term-limited.
“We need to make sure that people who want better jobs have a realistic way to get the skills they need for advancement," Gov. Jared Polis said.
"The committee has seen no analysis, no planning, no budget. ... BLM employees and American taxpayers deserve better," U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., said.
More than 300 mayors nationally have signed on to the group’s letter, which states that solar energy should comprise “a much larger part of our energy mix."
“This program changes the calculus for current and aspiring educators so more choose to serve and stay in our classrooms,” said Colorado Department of Higher Education Executive Director Angie Paccione.
Boulder County Commissioners elected to join a lawsuit against JUUL Labs, Inc., the seller of $3.4 billion worth of vaping products, over its marketing, manufacturing and sales of e-cigarettes intended to appeal to youth.
Candidates and outside groups spent $2.28 million, campaign finance reports show.
Little simultaneously unites and divides Coloradans like the highways, specifically how to fix an outdated, overcrowded system that elected leaders have wrecked with inaction for more than a decade.
The Common Sense Policy Roundtable has a smart, concise look at how the Colorado state budget has evolved over the last two-decades.
"There comes a point when differences can become obsession and legitimate criticisms can morph into rhetorical cheap shots. With respect to Mayor Webb, I crossed that line — and did so frequently and with zest."
Jamie Harkins and Jacob Smith: "We know firsthand how climate change is impacting our residents and our businesses. It is already weakening our economy, threatening jobs, costing taxpayers more money and undermining the health of our communities."
We all agree Denver and the north Front Range have an ozone problem. But why do our state's regulators — along with assorted anti-oil and gas groups — want rural Coloradans to help pay to fix it?
Brown is a well-known figure in Colorado public affairs as a business and political consultant for Amplify Strategies and Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development, among many campaigns and causes.
The Sierra Club will keep up the heat on U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, it's clear.
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner and members of Congress from both chambers and both parties sent a letter to congressional leadership on Tuesday requesting a delay in a $15.5 billion tax on health insurance companies.
"It helps cement Colorado Springs as the center of military space," said Colorado Springs Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn.
Modern equipment and user-friendly software systems are some of the purchases rural county clerks can make, thanks to a series of grants totaling $723,000 that Secretary of State Jena Griswold announced Monday.
The Denver Sheriff’s Department has failed to identify its law-enforcement personnel with past criminal convictions or discipline cases so severe that their testimony might be suspect during a criminal trial, a deficiency city officials are moving to rectify.
“Continuing to employ him as the senior architect of your immigration policies ensures that those policies discriminate against individuals of color to advance white nationalist ideals,” the senators wrote.
“As an African American woman, I recognized from an early age my duty to fight for the success of young people despite their ZIP code, skin color or aspirations in life,” she said.
It's been more than a year since leaders of the U.S., Mexico and Canada inked the agreement, which required ratification from Congress.
David Goldfischer filed his paperwork on Monday, adding his name to a Democratic field that had been shrinking since former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper joined the race.
Denver City Council passed on Monday night a pair of affordable housing contracts to establish hundreds of income-restricted apartments and condominiums in the Lincoln Park and Capitol Hill neighborhoods.
The group, known as Rocky Mountain Wolf Action Fund, said in a Tuesday news conference that the measure has 'widespread bipartisan support" among Coloradans.
White House hopefuls faced a Monday deadline to file a notarized form and a $500 check with the Colorado Secretary of State's Office to qualify for the election.
Gov. Jared Polis has ordered flags lowered to half-staff on Dec. 13 at all public buildings to honor three Coloradans who recently died.
WASHINGTON — House Democrats have announced two articles of impeachment charging President Donald Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
State Insurance Commissioner Michael Conway received the Consumer Representative Excellence in Consumer Advocacy award at a meeting of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners in Austin on Monday.
Wyoming granted women the right to vote, hold public office and serve on a jury 150 years ago Tuesday. A territory at the time, Wyoming would gain statehood 21 years later in 1890.
A rare congressional compromise, backed by the White House and set for a vote this week, will give birth to a new military service for space, with Colorado airmen forming the core cadre of the new Space Force.
The purpose is power — more of it for them, less of it for the mayor.
Hal Bidlack: "We need work horses in all levels of government, because legislating on zebra mussels and similar 'boring issues' is important."
Able-bodied adults who refuse to work cause harm for themselves and those most vulnerable.
The proposal would require voter approval before any new wells are drilled or fracked within the city and county of Denver.
According to a 2003 executive order from then-Gov. Bill Owens, Colorado received about $146.3 million from the 2003 Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003.
A letter submitted last month by Sen. Paul Lundeen, R-Monument, and Rep. Rod Bockenfeld, R-Watkins, caused a stir in Monday’s legislative audit committee meeting.
In recent years, Denver has struggled to provide affordable housing to those who need it most.
Held at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo, he has yet to face trial in state district court due to a finding that he is not competent to decide whether he can represent himself.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded more than $600,000 to two Colorado groups working to improve access to locally-sourced foods through the Farmers Market Promotion Program and the Local Food Promotion Program.
“People value views of the mountains, but they don’t like being able to see a well,” an assistant professor of resource economics and management at WVU said.
On Friday, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner was one of a group of senators to introduce the IMPACT Act. Also on Friday, U.S. Rep. Jason Crow introduced the Small Business Innovation Voucher Act.
Bob Mook is one former journalist who didn't just fade away. Pretty much the opposite: He put on a jersey and got in a game he used to cover from the sidelines.
Multiple financial regulatory agencies have given clearance to the banking industry to work with hemp producers.