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Lawsuit challenges Boulder’s public camping ban ordinance

A lawsuit filed Thursday against the city of Boulder challenges two ordinances that prohibit camping in public spaces. The lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Colorado seeks to prevent the... Read more »

Polis signs bill increasing penalties for fentanyl

Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill into law on Wednesday that makes possession of one gram or more of fentanyl a felony under state law. House Bill 22-1326 was one of the most... Read more »

Audit says Denver’s elections fund needs improving

Denver’s Fair Elections Fund needs clearer policies to ensure that campaign donations are coming from valid sources, according to a recent audit from the Denver Auditor’s Office. The Fair Elections Fund, which voters... Read more »

Colorado among 10 least expensive gas markets

Colorado is among the 10 least expensive gas markets in the country, according to the American Automobile Association (AAA). The national average for a gallon of regular gas “has not fallen for... Read more »

Polis signs bill providing $500 early TABOR refunds

Coloradans who filed taxes for last year can expect to see $500 refunds later this summer thanks to legislation that Gov. Jared Polis signed into law on Monday. Senate Bill 22-233 creates the... Read more »

Sens. Hickenlooper, Bennet lobby Air Force head to keep Space Command in Colorado

Sens. John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet, both Democrats representing Colorado, met with the head of the U.S. Air Force on Tuesday to push for keeping the U.S. Space Command’s headquarters in their... Read more »

Lawmakers have yet to address two largest fund deficits in state budget, think tank says

Colorado lawmakers have yet to address two of the largest funding deficits within the state budget that’s currently being debated, according to a new analysis.  The analysis by the Common Sense Institute (CSI), a free-enterprise... Read more »

Mesa County judge bars Tina Peters from overseeing 2022 election

A Mesa County judge granted a request on Tuesday to remove embattled Clerk Tina Peters as the county’s designated election official (DEO) during the 2022 election.  The court also granted Secretary of... Read more »

Polis signs bills to reduce property taxes, delay gas fees

Gov. Jared Polis signed several pieces of legislation into law on Monday, among them bills to reduce property taxes and delay gas fees for Colorado residents. The bills are some of the... Read more »

Denver housing inventory gains in April can’t slow price appreciation

Increasing housing inventory wasn’t enough to slow down the pace of home price appreciations in Denver last month, according to the latest market data report from a realtors’ group. Overall, Denver had... Read more »