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Sen. Jessie Ulibarri’s plan for the 2015 session is simple — continue the work he started during his first term by fighting for an economy that works for everyone. “I want an economy that supports every Coloradan, not just the wealthy and … more
State Senate President Bill Cadman, R-Colorado Springs, filed a bill that would mend some of the tax-refunding mechanisms outlined in the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights by shifting more monies in excess of state revenues to the middle class. It's an … more
The introduction of powdered alcohol is raising concern across the nation, and Colorado is joining other states in attempts to ban the substance through legislation until lawmakers and state officials get a handle on it. Powdered alcohol, dubbed … more
Colorado Rep. Libby Szabo from District 27 was selected as Jefferson County Commissioner for District 1. Szabo, who successfully ran for a third term in November, will be filling the vacancy left … more
In the first batch of proposed bills for the legislative session, Republicans wasted little time introducing repeals on state gun laws. Two separate measures were introduced in the state House, including House Bill 1050 and HB 1009. HB 1050 … more
Colorado lawmakers are considering regulating the use of drones, citing privacy concerns as they look to join at least 20 other states that have set limits. A bill pending in the Colorado Senate would require law enforcement to have a warrant … more
Governor John Hickenlooper offered a few words of advice for Colorado's General Assembly this legislative session: “Regardless of size, government must work.” During his State of the State … more
DENVER — Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today delivered his third State of the State address. The governor's remarks focused on the economy, education, transportation and budget … more
Incoming Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, wants to create laws that help families make decisions at the dinner table. For Neville, this means passing legislation aimed at reducing health care costs, defining parental rights, protecting the Bill of … more
The Colorado General Assembly opened for business under newly divided management Jan. 7, setting up conflicts on economic issues that both parties have identified as key priorities this session. Democrats retained control in the House and the … more
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