The Senate Finance Committee hearing on Senate Bill 188 Tuesday took a very different look than the hearing in the Senate Business, Labor and …
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Sen. Angela Williams and other key lawmakers forecast what's ahead on the eve of the General Assembly's opening day.
Colorado Politics asked around to find out who will be among the power players in the 2019 session, and beyond.
The Colorado Aviation Business Association spoke up Thursday about Gov. John Hickenlooper’s veto of a tax break for private aircraft carriers.
Wednesday, May 9, 2018, during the final day of the Colorado State Legislature at the Capitol in Denver. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Lawmakers put billions into transportation, tackled the public employees’ pension and better regulated the state’s marijuana industry this session.
The Senate Friday came up with a compromise on the reauthorization of the state’s Division of Civil Rights and Civil Rights Commission, but it’s a compromise only in the Senate between the two caucuses, as House sponsors told Colorado Politics they hadn’t been consulted nor had they seen what the Senate came up with until the day of the debate.
State Sen. Irene Aguilar, a Denver Democrat, this week endorsed Ashley Wheeland, one of two Democrats challenging state Rep. Rep. Paul Rosenthal in a primary in southeast Denver’s House District 9.