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In the battle for this suburban Senate seat, growth takes center...

WHEAT RIDGE — Al Graham sat outside a church watching cars whiz past. Across the street, construction workers paced back and forth across scaffolding,...

Short Take: Littwin on Baumgardner — should he stay or should he...

As far as I can tell, there are two scenarios for the Randy Baumgardner saga. Either Friday is the deadline for Baumgardner to resign...

Littwin: State Senate’s decision to kill bump-stock ban should count as...

In the least surprising — and yet, possibly dumbest — news of the week from the Colorado legislature, the Senate GOP decided to kill...

Millennials will end the two-party duopoly

NOTE: The Colorado Independent occasionally runs guest posts from government officials, local experts and concerned citizens on a variety of topics. These posts are meant to...

Senate Republicans to take on energy in next session

With a new pro-fossil fuels administration headed to Washington, Republicans in the state Senate are seizing the opportunity to shore up Colorado's sluggish mining...

Colorado continues split control of the state Capitol

Democrats appear likely to keep control of the state House, and Republicans their one-seat lead in the state Senate, based on unofficial returns from...

Neck and neck

Analysts see the governor's race as a good measure by which to judge which party will control the state legislature. For now, the race remains very close.

In gun-bill flap, freshman Rivera, leader Cadman equally muddled

What happened? Rivera is a former policeman with no legislative experience, a fact he readily admits. So he asked his experienced colleague, Minority Leader Bill Cadman.

Full Text: Senate President Carroll opening day speech

  Today, as the 2014 legislative session opened, Morgan Carroll of senate district 29 Arapahoe and Aurora counties became the second female president of the Colorado...

Morse wins in tight Colorado Springs district Senate race

With all the votes finally counted, State Senate Majority Leader John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, has officially retained his seat, according to data provided by...