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DENVER — This week, the House and Senate will take up some of the election-related bills that have been introduced into this year’s session, few if any of which are expected to pass. Four of them include measures to require proof of citizenship to vote, audit of the voter registration system…

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Sen. Don Coram wants high school students to have a better understanding of civics, and his bill is one step closer to doing that.

Illegal alien is out. The newspeak is worker without authorization, at least as it applies to legal contracts for services with government agencies.

A new report on the state of Colorado’s roads and bridges released Tuesday doesn’t reveal anything motorists aren’t already familiar with, they are in bad shape.

Rep. Matt Soper is shepherding a bill through the Colorado Legislature that is aimed at curbing dogs and cats that come from so-called puppy mills from being sold in the state’s retail pet stores.

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DENVER — While the Colorado House has a slew of the first bills introduced into the renewed session that various committees are to debate this week, the Senate has very little on its calendar.

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A handful of state representatives want the Colorado Legislature to consider slowing down when it come to moving the state’s power supply to 100% renewable energy, as Gov. Jared Polis wants.

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The state’s Judicial Branch needs to change its ways if it is to get past allegations of systemic sexism and harassment from its top leaders, Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Brian Boatright told the Colorado Legislature on Thursday.

Two more people have thrown their hats into the ring to be the Democratic Party’s challenger to U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert in 2022 for the 3rd Congressional District.

The opening day of each legislative session — or in this case, reopening — always begins with calls from Democratic and Republican leaders in both chambers of the Colorado Legislature asking all lawmakers to work with a sense of bipartisanship and congeniality.

Colorado lawmakers will address some long-standing problems and face a few new ones when they reconvene the 2021 session later today.

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DENVER — Lawmakers convened the 2021 session on Jan. 6, but met for only three days because of the pandemic in hopes that infection rates, deaths and hospitalizations would be down and counties were moved into less restrictive categories on the state’s COVID-19 alert dial. That has happened,…

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About three weeks before U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert reimbursed herself thousands of dollars for mileage from her campaign account in November, the Silt Republican paid off the last of nearly $20,000 in eight state liens that had been filed against her Rifle restaurant, records show.