Colorado’s transportation funding attempts trail other states

Years of bright ideas and ambitious proposals to tackle Colorado’s multi-billion-dollar transportation shortfall have crumbled like so much of its highway pavement — with success eluding politicians and civic leaders at a frequency unmatched in most states. Many of the

Colorado’s Supreme Court first in U.S. to revamp common-law marriage for same-sex couples – The Denver Post

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday changed the way common-law marriage is defined in the courts to make it more inclusive of same-sex couples and to update the three-decade-old legal standard to better reflect today’s societal norms. In a trio

Colorado’s blue wave hits its limits with tax measures, fiscal policies

Democrats see in the upcoming election an opportunity to advance Colorado’s blue shift by increasing their statehouse majorities, ousting Cory Gardner, flipping the largest congressional district in the state and winning back control of the University of Colorado system for