It remains critical that our leaders in Washington support the important priorities of Medicare Advantage.
Republican state Rep. Gabe Evans is running for Congress in Colorado’s 8th Congressional District, he announced Wednesday.
An outgrowth of that movement was a voter canvassing effort in 2021 by the most prominent election-denier organization in Colorado, U.S. Election Integrity Plan, which is the subject of a lawsuit against the group’s top members.
Democrats and Republicans in the Colorado House of Representatives are responsible for what could be the most brazen and persistent violation of the Colorado open meetings law since voters adopted it more than half a century ago.
Two new Colorado laws that address eating disorders are a big step forward for treatment and prevention in the state, advocates say.
California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein recently returned to the Senate after an almost three-month absence that – because she could not vote remotely and the Senate is closely divided – left the Democrats’ agenda in limbo.
A Trump administration immigration order, Title 42, that allowed U.S. border officials to quickly expel migrants at the U.S. southern border – with no exceptions for asylum-seekers – expires May 11, 2023.
Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday signed into law a bill that commits Colorado for the first time to a net-zero greenhouse gas emissions target, along with other measures to address spiking utility rates and the state’s long-term energy future.
The Colorado Senate in the final hours of the state’s lawmaking session chose not take up high-profile legislation to alter the state’s land use policies.
As Colorado lawmakers move forward with a bill that would strengthen the regulation of intoxicating hemp products, families whose children rely on CBD supplements are raising concerns over a potential amendment relating to dosage limits being weighed by the bill’s sponsors.