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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...

Colorado is about to get tougher on those of you (us)...

Gov. John Hickenlooper today is signing a bill to ramp up the penalties for this most odious of behaviors. Under the new law, which goes...

The biggest bill of the legislative session pops this week. Here’s...

The name of the game: getting a bill that could make or break some rural hospitals and could free up millions for education and...

Statehouse races are already burning big bucks

Most candidates for the state House and Senate won’t face off until fall, but a handful of primary races are already shaping up to...

Do-over $20M Denver Schools bill passes out of House as clock...

“We have to watch what happens here. You see how it affects us,” she said. “So far, I have not heard a good reason for anyone to vote no on this... We have to show them that community members are watching them.”

Senate Republicans bury windfall $20M per year for Denver public schools

Denver public schools Wednesday afternoon lost $20 million a year that would have funneled directly into classrooms. The windfall would have come without lawmakers passing...

Women to rally for health care rights at Capitol Saturday

Saturday at 9:30 am, a group of Colorado women and family members will gather at Civic Center Park’s Greek Amphitheater for a rally to protect women’s access to health care, and for the right of each woman to make her own health care decisions.

Legislators, other officeholders sue to overturn ‘unconstitutional’ TABOR

The Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) has been part of life in Colorado since 1992. Today TABOR was tested in court for the first time in Kerr v State of Colorado. Today's hearing--on a motion by the state to dismiss the suit--may be the end, or it may be the first step in a long hard road.

Proposal to limit school board campaign cash likely doomed

There once was a time--you know it's true--when school board candidates in Colorado hoped to raise enough money for yard signs and a flyer to hand out or leave at doors. Times have changed.

Ken Gordon leads protest against corporate money in politics

On the 2nd anniversary of the United States Supreme Court decision in Citizens United vs. Federal Elections Commission, human people gathered on the West Steps of the Colorado Capitol to protest the decision they say granted human-like rights to corporations.