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Group led by former Trump adviser targets Colorado Latino voters with anti-transgender ads

American First Legal, which is led by Trump aide Stephen Miller, is sending mailers and airing Spanish-language radio ads in Colorado

State program provides retirement fund for small-business employees

Employers with five or more staff members to be automatically enrolled in 2023

Proposition 122: Colorado voters will decide whether to legalize magic mushrooms

The measure would allow for the creation of natural medicine healing centers where people could use psychedelic mushrooms.

Proposition 123: Should Colorado set aside $300 million a year for affordable housing?

Naysayers worry about how it would affect the state budget and TABOR refunds

Proposition 121: Coloradans will decide whether to cut the state income tax rate – again

The measure, run by conservative political groups, would slash Colorado’s income tax rate to 4.4% from 4.55%

Proposition 124: Will retail liquor stores be able to open more locations?

The measure would let liquor retailers open an unlimited number of stores in Colorado starting in 2037

Proposition 125: Coloradans will decide whether grocery stores should be allowed to sell wine

Proposition 125 comes from a citizen initiative that is supported by major grocery stores

Proposition 126: Should Colorado restaurants be allowed to sell to-go cocktails forever?

Proposition 126 also would let third-party delivery services, like Uber Eats and DoorDash, deliver alcohol

Man accused of driving into crowd at bar was on parole

One person killed, four injured

Colorado baker fighting ruling over gender transition cake

Jack Phillips won a partial Supreme Court victory a decade ago after refusing to make a gay couple's wedding cake

Telluride ski mountaineer missing on Nepal mountain

KATHMANDU, Nepal – Nepalese rescuers in a helicopter were searching Tuesday for a famed U.S. ski climber a day after she fell off near the peak of the world’s eighth-highest mountain. Also ...

Classic movie has Colorado town scrambling to revise lewdness law

DENVER – A Denver suburb’s plan to show a nearly 50-year-old movie at its arts center has officials scrambling to revamp the town’s indecency laws. The Denver Post reports the city of Pa...