In Idaho Springs, residents were so sharply divided over their recent tax proposals that the most recent counts of ballots showed one passing by a single vote while another was failing by a single vote.
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The checkbooks are wide open in the oil and gas industry.
Supporters of two transportation measures proposed for Colorado’s November ballot jockeyed for first position at the Secretary of State’s Office when it opened at 7 a.m. Monday to turn in petitions.
Signatures for the last of seven measures that proponents hope to make it to the November ballot were turned in to the secretary of state just after 2:30 p.m. Monday.
In this Oct. 23, 2015 file photo, volunteers help deliver petition signatures to put a health care question on the 2016 Colorado ballot. (AP P…
August 6 is the final day for turning in petition signatures that could put some ballot questions on the November general election ballot.
Just how much Colorado’s General Assembly should put toward funding the $9 billion wish-list for transportation projects across the state is still unresolved between the House and Senate.
BILLINGS, Montana — Montana last week became the first state to bar telecommunications companies from receiving state contracts if they interfere with internet traffic or favor higher-paying sites or apps, under an order from Gov. Steve Bullock intended to protect so-called net neutrality.
A bipartisan organization pushing ballot measures to change the way Colorado draws its legislative and congressional boundaries announced the support Monday of a number of groups representing rural, minority, business and civic reform interests. Fair Districts Colorado, a group chaired by Kent Thiry, the CEO of kidney dialysis giant DaVita Inc., said it now has the backing of Progressive 15 and Action 22, associations representing 37 counties in northeastern and southeastern Colorado, respectively; the African Leadership Group, an advocacy organization for African immigrants; Clean Slate Now, a group devoted to campaign finance reform; and Colorado Concern, an association of some of the state’s top business executives.