Businesses fret over Colorado’s new paid leave law even as it stands as potential “blueprint” for other states

Now that voters have spoken out in favor of paid family and medical leave in Colorado — passing Proposition 118 on Tuesday — the question for businesses that will have to help pay for the $1.2 billion-a-year program is what

Colorado regulators dismiss cooperatives’ complaint against Tri-State

Rural electric associations that want out of their contracts with Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association won’t be getting help from Colorado regulators. The Colorado Public Utilities Commission has dismissed formal complaints by the La Plata Electric Association in Durango and

Colorado Catholic dioceses pay $6.68 million to sex abuse survivors

DENVER — Colorado’s three Catholic dioceses paid $6.68 million to 73 survivors of sexual abuse by priests, a new report said. The state’s Independent Reconciliation and Reparations Program issued an update Friday of how much money each survivor should be

Colorado sees 7% rise in new unemployment claims as joblessness increases across the country in early October

New unemployment filings continued to rise in Colorado last week, an indication that the economic recovery from the coronavirus-spurred recession is as uneven at altitude as it has been across the nation as a whole. A combined 8,774 Coloradans filed

Colorado nonprofits anxious about crucial fall fundraising period amid pandemic, recession and political uncertainty – The Denver Post

This is what should have happened Saturday night in a downtown Denver hotel ballroom: More than 600 people, dressed in cocktail dresses and suits, should have paid $250 each to hobnob with a Kennedy, a former Denver Broncos player and

Colorado Amendment B: Repeal the Gallagher Amendment

Amendment B would repeal the Gallagher Amendment, which was passed by Colorado voters in 1982 and ties residential property tax rates to commercial property tax rates. The existing amendment categorizes all properties as either residential or commercial and mandates that

Colorado GOP leader suing governor over statewide mask order

Colorado House GOP Minority Leader Patrick Neville and conservative activist Michelle Malkin are suing Gov. Jared Polis over the statewide mask order. Polis required masks to be worn in public beginning in mid-July after initially resisting calls for a statewide