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In presidential run, Colorado’s Hickenlooper pushes compromise in an uncompromising time...

It is a late Friday afternoon in early February and passengers at Gate 12 of Washington’s Reagan National Airport are displeased. “Fucking United,” a lawyer-lobbyist...

9 things to know about John Hickenlooper Former Colorado governor joins...

John Hickenlooper, the former Colorado governor and Denver mayor who once was hailed by a Washington Post columnist as one of the “most un-Trumpian...

Guest Post: Why TABOR means we can have nice things

Taxpayer Bill of Rights. TABOR. A legislative victory for the libertarian state of Colorado. But perhaps one of the most hated bills by progressives...

Littwin: Hick boldly goes to court, aiming to take a rake...

First, the bad news. Whatever you’ve heard, John Hickenlooper’s bold move to loosen the stranglehold that TABOR and Gallagher have on Colorado’s funding will...

Colorado treasurer’s race pits property investor against state lawmaker and budget...

The two candidates vying to be the state’s chief money manager have starkly different views on how to best oversee the state’s retirement fund...

GREG LOPEZ | A ‘taste-test’ candidate counts on personal touch to...

In the world of conventional political wisdom — a world to which he pays no mind — Greg Lopez’s chances of winning the Republican...

Colorado teachers can claim an unwelcome distinction: most underpaid in the...

Teachers from West Virginia to Oklahoma and Kentucky have staged protests or walked off the job in recent weeks to agitate for better pay...

Personality trumps policy in the Dem gov primary at El Paso...

COLORADO SPRINGS — For some Democrats here in one of the more conservative areas of Colorado, a decision between two top candidates for governor...

Try, try again: Latest attempt at Colorado school funding measure would...

Colorado voters could see a $1.6 billion tax increase for education on their November ballots. Backers of a major school funding measure have been cleared...

Colorado Legislature 2018: Shortfalls in a time of plenty

When lawmakers drive to Denver next week to convene the 2018 legislative session, they will see about a dozen cranes across the city’s skyline,...