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Why an ‘industrial hemp’ question on Colorado’s ballot is important to a fledgling agricultural...

Imagine if Colorado, a pioneer in the nation for legalized marijuana, ended up locked out of a competitive advantage if the federal government relaxes...

New report highlights racial disparity in Colorado’s booming prison population The total number of...

In 2017, roughly one in 28 adult black men in Colorado was in prison. Put another way, African Americans made up 18 percent of...

Just how confidential should confidential investigations of sexual harassment in Colorado’s Capitol be? With...

Concerns over privacy have a select group of lawmakers at odds for how they should reform the statehouse policy on sexual harassment. A six-member...

That fight in D.C. over food stamps? It has some Colorado small farmers worried,...

Samantha Caplan is a perfect hostess. In the Saturday morning crush of the Boulder Farmers Market she is welcoming, relaxed, and always moving —...

EPA’s methane rule rollback won’t apply to Colorado but could cause headaches down the...

A new Environmental Protection Agency proposal to weaken the rules governing methane emissions would not directly affect Colorado, but, if adopted, the new rules...

Littwin: On 9/11, Shanksville, United Flight 93, boulevard of heroes and the town of...

Everything changed and nothing changed. That’s not the lesson of 9/11. It’s the lesson of every trauma, every tragedy, every day for that matter. I...
Under the new MOU with Broomfield, Extraction would abandon the Lowell Pad, pictured here, and put in a new 19-well site named Livingston just southwest of Lowell, between Wildgrass and Anthem developments. (Ted Wood/The Story Group)

Key Colorado ballot initiatives have corporations spending tens of millions for your vote

Millions of dollars from special interests is going to support or fight three policy issues: a battle over how to pay for transportation needs,...

Amid heated community debate, Denver extends time for superintendent search

The Denver school board has pushed back the date by which it will name finalists for the superintendent job from October to November. The...

Littwin: Kavanaugh’s nomination is all the evidence you need that elections really do matter

There is always so much happening in Trumpworld that it can be difficult to separate the important stuff from the titillating stuff from the...

Community pleads in vain with Denver board in bid to thwart I-70 construction plan

For nearly three hours on Thursday night, a steady stream of Denverites — citizens, activists, lawyers and politicians — implored the city’s Board of...