For voters who want to know where campaign donations are coming from for the two leading candidates for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, good luck.
Backers of a proposed measure to create a financial-aid program for students who need extra help turned in signatures to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office on Friday to put their idea on this fall’s ballot.
Colorado’s straw gun purchaser ban not only applies to people who buy firearms for someone who isn’t legally eligible to own or possess one, but also to anyone who shares guns with them, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
De Beque, Palisade and Collbran could each receive about $1 million from Mesa County for various projects, all from some of the funding the county received in federal money designed to help governments recover from the pandemic economy.
A right-leaning Denver law firm has filed a lawsuit against the state challenging as unconstitutional the Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program that voters approved last year.
The Mesa County commissioners want Gov. Jared Polis to stop paying people who are receiving state or federal unemployment benefits an extra $300 a week because they believe it’s spurring them to not return to work.
Gov. Jared Polis is asking Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to keep Colorado's Western Slope in mind when his federal agency considers funding new infrastructure projects.
No local, state or federal health officials are going door to door in Mesa County to encourage, much less force, people to get the COVID-19 vaccine, city and county officials say.
Victims of child sex assaults can sue organizations for past incidents if they covered up that abuse or failed to do anything to prevent it under a bill signed by Gov. Jared Polis late Wednesday.
Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters did an end-run around the Board of County Commissioners when she got approval for three new positions in her office earlier this year.
Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill last month that allows employers to adopt policies to favor hiring veterans, and last week he did something similar for the disabled.
A class action lawsuit filed against Gov. Jared Polis by inmates last year can go forward, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
To address any concerns that the state’s election system isn’t already as good as it can be, and to combat any disinformation about it, the Colorado County Clerks Association is proposing a few more changes.