A first step toward tightening some of Colorado's laws around campaign communications, which stalled two years ago in the state Senate, is now…
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Two years ahead of the election, state Sen. Jack Tate, a Republican from Centennial, said he won't run again in 2020 for another term in the Legislature.
The Colorado Aviation Business Association spoke up Thursday about Gov. John Hickenlooper’s veto of a tax break for private aircraft carriers.
Colorado lawmakers cured — they hope — the state employees’ ailing pension plan in the waning minutes of the 120-day Colorado legislative session.
By the end of 2017, Coloradans learned that PERA, the state’s public employee retirement plan, has unfunded pension liabilities of approximately $50 billion. Senate Bill 18-200 is a bipartisan response to PERA’s approaching financial crisis which has passed the Senate and now awaits consideration in the House of Representatives.
Colorado state Sen. Kerry Donovan, D-Vail, talks about a resolution to expel Sen. Randy Baumgardner, R-Hot Sulphur Springs, during a debate on…
DENVER — About 28 percent of the people who work at the Colorado Capitol have witnessed workplace harassment, but only about 13 percent reported it. Of those, 72 percent were unhappy with the outcome, according to a workplace culture report made public Thursday morning.