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‘It was one of the top five worst days of my...

As his employees showed up for work at Rolling Smoke Barbecue on Saturday, owner Terry Walsh called them into his office, one by one,...

Wiretap: CBO says Obamacare is either bad or good for Americans

If you're confused by the Congressional Budget Office report on Obamacare, there's good reason. Many of the people writing and talking about the report are confused.

VIDEO: Udall not giving up push for wind tax credit

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall has a new routine. He wakes up every morning, puts on a suit and tie and then implores his colleagues on Capitol Hill to pass the wind production tax credit.

Obama-backed restoration projects putting more than 20,000 low-income youth to work

Four new conservation projects in Colorado will add to the more than 20,000 work opportunities for low-income youth on public lands this summer.

Controversial hydropower bill passes House

The House approved U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton's bill to streamline small hydropower development processes for canals and ditches on Wednesday.

More clean, more cash: Colorado lawmakers promote new electronics recycling initiative

Colorado lawmakers are searching everywhere for ways to create jobs, even now turning to landfills.

Democrats promote Colorado jobs bill in advance of first committee hearing

DENVER — Democratic legislative leaders touted a bill at the state Capitol on Monday afternoon that would give firms a bidding edge for using...

Ferrandino challenges House members to defy critics and ‘get things done’

DENVER-- Seizing momentum on an upbeat first day of the 2012 session of the state legislature, House Minority Leader Mark Ferrandino, Democrat from Denver, encouraged members to cast aside gloomy predictions of election-year partisan gridlock and work together to pass bills to bolster the Colorado economy and create jobs for citizens across the state.

Tancredo slams Perry as an ‘arrogant, open border, pro-amnesty politician’

Former Colorado Congressman and anti-illegal immigration crusader Tom Tancredo has no patience with Republican presidential frontrunner Rick Perry, the Texas governor with the Hollywood hair who fired up the right when he announced his candidacy but who has stumbled under the national spotlight ever since. In the wake of last week's GOP candidate debate, Tancredo decried Perry as an arrogant "name-calling, open border, pro-amnesty politician."

When it comes to energy, some politicians prefer to talk about...

What’s the difference between a Democrat and a Republican in Congress these days? In one key aspect, not a lot. They’re both talking about jobs, jobs, jobs. That much became apparent in a session last week in Denver when aides to U.S. Sen. Michael Bennett and U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter met with members of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society.
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