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Jesse Paul and Elliott Wenzler

Colorado’s governor vetoed more bills in 2023 than he has before

Jared Polis rejected 10 measures this year; his previous record was five

Colorado lawmakers’ $42,000 average salary influences who drafts and votes on bills

A Colorado Sun analysis of lawmaker salaries as compiled by the National Council of State Legislatures

Colorado legislature plans to form Colorado River task force

Legislative leadership are looking to a 15-member task force to recommend solutions

Gov. Jared Polis trims bill making gun industry lawsuits easier

Rules intended to further require gun sellers to block children and criminals from obtaining weapons were stripped from the legislation

Colorado Democrats unveil effort to shield abortion, transgender patients

Bills would also regulate anti-abortion pregnancy clinics, change health insurance policy around abortions

Chairmen of Colorado’s two Native American tribes ask legislature to remedy sports betting inequity

The Ute Mountain Ute and Southern Ute tribal chairmen say they were left out of the conversation in 2019

Two ballot measures Colorado voters just passed slashed state tax revenue

Nonpartisan Legislative Council Staff and the Governor’s Office of State Planning and Budgeting presented their quarterly economic and tax revenue forecasts to state lawmakers

Colorado election worker pleads guilty, agrees to testify against Tina Peters

Sandra Brown admits to attempting to influence public servant, official misconduct

Lauren Boebert leads Adam Frisch by 551 votes, with 150 left to count

All eyes are on Colorado as 3rd Congressional District awaits final count today

What to expect as final votes are tallied in razor-thin race between Boebert and Adam Frisch

There is still an eight-day period in which county clerks can accept ballots from military and overseas voters

Here’s where Colorado treasurer candidates stand on the issues

Democratic Treasurer Dave Young faces former state Rep. Lang Sias, a Republican, in the race for who will oversee the state’s money