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Ken Salazar says he won't run for Colorado governor
Ken Salazar says he won't run for Colorado governor

By: - 0 8 min ago

The Denver Post broke the big political news that Ken Salazar won't run for governor Wednesday night in its opinion section in an op-ed written by the...

Colorado city fights to keep ban on topless women
Colorado city fights to keep ban on topless women

By: - 0 7 hr ago

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The Colorado city of Fort Collins plans to appeal a federal judge's decision to temporarily halt enforcement of its ban on women...

Supreme Court sets higher bar for education of students with disabilities
Supreme Court sets higher bar for education of students with disabilities

By: - 0 8 hr ago

The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously raised the bar for the educational benefits owed to millions of children with disabilities in one of the...

Hickenlooper: Perhaps Gorsuch confirmation should be delayed as clouds gather over Trump
Hickenlooper: Perhaps Gorsuch confirmation should be delayed as clouds gather over Trump

By: Peter Marcus - 0 8 hr ago

Gov. John Hickenlooper said Tuesday that it might be appropriate to delay the Supreme Court confirmation of Neil Gorsuch as a cloud hangs over...

Colorado House becomes embroiled in fight over protecting Muslims from federal government, Trump presidency
Colorado House becomes embroiled in fight over protecting Muslims from federal government, Trump presidency

By: Peter Marcus - 0 8 hr ago

Democrats on Wednesday advanced a measure aimed at preventing the federal government from rounding up minorities in at the behest of a Trump...

Former Colorado GOP chairman charged with voter fraud in last year's election
Former Colorado GOP chairman charged with voter fraud in last year's election

By: Dan Njegomir - 0 15 hr ago

Steve Curtis has been off the statewide radar for a number of years since leading Colorado Republicans in the 1990s, maintaining a more modest profile...

Could seaplanes be coming to a Colorado lake or reservoir near you?
Could seaplanes be coming to a Colorado lake or reservoir near you?

By: Joey Bunch - 0 16 hr ago

Ray Hawkins wants to be the first pilot rated to fly seaplanes in Colorado, but first he has to convince state lawmakers that seaplanes are no...

Colorado millennial conservatives deconstruct Obamacare

By: Joey Bunch - 0 16 hr ago

The upstart Millennial Policy Center think tank in Denver has published its first policy paper, and it's worth a read for a fuller perspective on...

Colorado Springs City Council flip-flops, approves Olympic Museum funding request
Colorado Springs City Council flip-flops, approves Olympic Museum funding request

By: Billie Stanton Anleu - 0 20 hr ago

In one of the wildest City Council meetings officials could recall, the U.S. Olympic Museum failed on a 5-4 vote Tuesday to get $200,000 from the City...

Ryan Parsell, El Paso County official, to become Colorado's deputy state treasurer
Ryan Parsell, El Paso County official, to become Colorado's deputy state treasurer

By: Joey Bunch - 0 23 hr ago

A familiar face around the Colorado Capitol is getting an office there. Ryan Parsell becomes Colorado's deputy state treasurer next Monday. He...

Colorado city elections go from pot to loose dogs to fluoride
Colorado city elections go from pot to loose dogs to fluoride

By: Joey Bunch - 0 23 hr ago

It's campaign season for city elections across Colorado in the coming weeks, and this year's ballots collectively pack an interesting punch. Besides...

Colorado poll shows that many favor holding down the number of legal home-grow pot plants
Colorado poll shows that many favor holding down the number of legal home-grow pot plants

By: Peter Marcus - 0 23 hr ago

Colorado voters favor limiting the number of marijuana plants that can be grown at home, according to a survey obtained by Colorado Politics. There...

El Paso County commissioners OK funding for new generation of election equipment
El Paso County commissioners OK funding for new generation of election equipment

By: Rachel Riley - 0 Yesterday

El Paso County's election equipment is comparable to a Nokia cell phone from the early 2000s: still as functional as ever, but in need of an update,...

Trump to GOP critics of health care bill: ‘I’m gonna come after you’
Trump to GOP critics of health care bill: ‘I’m gonna come after you’

By: - 0 Tue, Mar 21, 2017

President Trump stormed Capitol Hill on Tuesday to sell the House Republican leadership’s plan to overhaul the health-care system, warning his party...

School spanking ban fails, but bill prohibiting expulsion of young students passes Colorado House
School spanking ban fails, but bill prohibiting expulsion of young students passes Colorado House

By: Joey Bunch - 0 Tue, Mar 21, 2017

Two bills aimed at unruly Colorado students got different grades Monday. House Bill 1038 to ban school spankings died in a Republican-led Senate...

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