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Data privacy concerns quietly sink remote notary bill in last days...

A proposed law that would allow Colorado companies to notarize documents online seemed like a done deal; the bill passed the Senate with near-unanimous...

Cuts to benefits and bump in worker and taxpayer contributions part...

Public workers would be required to pay a little more toward their retirement as part of a long-awaited reform package unveiled by lawmakers on...

Donors financing state treasurer’s race change candidates amid sexual harassment investigation

As House leadership continues its investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against Rep. Steve Lebsock, a Thornton Democrat who is running for state treasurer,...

Democratic lawmakers take on dark money in elections communications

Last year, at least four campaign fliers showed up in voters’ mailboxes in the Front Range that didn’t disclose who paid for the mailers....

Wouldn’t you love to stay on one time zone year-round? Two...

Updated: the House Agriculture Committee voted 5-8 (five Republicans in favor, 7 Democrats and one Republican opposed) to the Daylight Saving bill, based largely...

Will Bachelor Ben really turn Colorado politics into a reality TV...

Reality show politics is now officially a thing. First, there was Donald Trump and "The Apprentice." Then came former South Carolina U.S. Senate candidate Thomas Ravenel and...

One weird trick that could get Ben Higgins ‘The Bachelor’ on...

  Earlier this month, TV star Ben Higgins of the ABC matchmaker reality show “The Bachelor” confirmed to The Colorado Independent that he’s considering a...

Governor to lawmakers: Party strife undermines democracy

Gov. John Hickenlooper gave his sixth State of the State address celebrating bipartisan cooperation in front of a sharply divided General Assembly. U.S. Rep....

On Hot-Button Election-Reform Bill, It’s Gessler Versus the Clerks

DENVER -- Colorado’s Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler arrived late to testify at the Senate committee hearing, but he came prepared. A practiced courtroom lawyer, he began slowly. He threw in folksy asides. He answered his own rhetorical questions. And he smiled at the majority-Democratic committee members as he railed against the election-reform bill they all support and that he wants desperately to derail. It was a dramatic moment in Colorado politics that had been building since Gessler took office two years ago.

Hickenlooper endorses civil unions

Governor John Hickenlooper today, in his State of the State address, called on the Legislature to pass civil unions legislation.