Aurora Rep. Dominique Jackson doesn’t think it should be this difficult for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking to find safety
Boulder County officials refused to back down, saying they will fight the lawsuit and claiming that Coffman is suing residents on behalf of the energy industry
The state Demographer’s Office says Colorado females spend about $60 a year on feminine hygiene products. They’d save an average of $1.71 a year in tax under the bill
The change would cost Colorado an estimated $1.2 million a year in lost tax revenue
“We are, because of this bickering back and forth, falling further behind in maintaining the basic infrastructure that allows us to grow,” he said.
“Plain and simple, Boulder County is violating state law and has left my office with no option other than to enforce the law,” she said in a written statement.
A month into Colorado’s four-month legislative session, House Speaker Crisanta Duran told reporters she’s “optimistically cautious” that talks with leaders in the Republican-led Senate will produce a possible ballot measure on paying for roads to be referred to voters
Senate Republicans this week were successful in dragging a misguided plan to close Connect For Health Colorado out of a legislative committee on a party-line vote
The bill “does not repeal anyone’s insurance policies,” insisted Sen. Jim Smallwood, a Parker Republican and insurance agent who sponsored the bill.