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Hickenlooper, on national TV, calls for bipartisanship on job training for...

Gov. John Hickenlooper on Sunday said Republicans and Democrats should work together to rethink how states are preparing high school graduates for the 21st...

Bennet ranked fifth most bipartisan Democrat in Senate

The Washington Post crunched the numbers on the votes of the 114th Congress so far and came up with a list of the ten most...

Sine Die Scene: Testing reform and consumer protection survive zombie-bill horde

Gavels were slamming last night as the two parties arm wrestled through the final, defining issues of the session. Sine Die is the last night...

Libertarian leanings forge unexpected, bipartisan bonds

While the political realities of a split legislature — Dems dominating the House and GOP the Senate — have spawned a legion of fascinating, impassible bills known as "The Walking Dead," a second, more philosophical divide had yielded unexpected bipartisan bright spots this session.

IUD funding slashed from state budget, House considers new approach

The bipartisan battle to secure $5 million to fund a Colorado program that offers teens long-acting reversible birth control hit another snag at the...

#Coleg Notebook: The cycle of poverty meets the cycle of smoothie

The Cycle of Poverty The Colorado House debated a series of poverty-related bills on Monday. First, lawmakers passed a ban on using Electronic Benefit Cards...

Rep. Roupe, victim of pay inequity, gives pay commission bipartisan support

Republican state Rep. Kit Roupe was one of the most vocal opponents of continuing Colorado’s Pay Equity Commission, but not because she doubts that women too often are paid less than men.

New Senate Prez Cadman launches session by prioritizing cooperation

Taking Republican control of the State Senate for the first time in a decade, newly elected Senate President Bill Cadman, R-Colorado Springs, lit candles...

I Doubt It’s Something In the Water

The film, woven together with 61 interviews featuring Colorado’s female politicians, puts faces to the profound legacy of powerful women out West.