Colorado commission picks new maps for the state House and Senate

Democrats would be poised to retain their current advantages in the state legislature, under new maps approved by an independent commission this week. The commission — comprising four Democrats, four Republicans and four unaffiliated voters — will now submit its

169 new Colorado laws took effect Tuesday

More than 160 new Colorado laws took effect Tuesday, including one that automatically adds a discounted state parks pass to most new or renewed vehicle registrations. An annual state parks pass normally costs $80, but starting in 2023, SB21-249 tacks

Colorados new congressional district may be in north metro Denver

Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District could end encompassing parts of five counties north of Denver, legislative staffers told the state’s congressional redistricting panel Wednesday. The new district, which was created because the state gained about 745,000 people over the past

Fort Worth crash: ‘100-vehicle’ collision leaves motorists trapped –multiple deaths feared

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The New Yorker’s fact checkers walk off the job for a day.

By Katie Robertson The New Yorker’s union employees did not go to work on Thursday. The more than 100 employees represented by The New Yorker Union, which includes fact checkers, web producers and some other editorial employees, decided on the