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Polis puts spotlight on housing equity in optimistic State of the State address

Polis puts spotlight on housing equity in optimistic State of the State address

In an optimistic speech to state lawmakers that referenced “The Lord of the Rings,” Mexican eatery Casa Bonita and Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokić, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis on Tuesday…

Eagle Valley’s Krueger family sells trailer park in model for blocking private-equity groups

Eagle Valley’s Krueger family sells trailer park in model for blocking private-equity groups

A Carbondale-based social justice nonprofit group in December went under contract to buy a 20-unit mobile-home park outside of Glenwood Springs for $2.4 million in an attempt to buck the…

Roberts’ bills on housing, health care among first of new Colorado General Assembly session

Roberts’ bills on housing, health care among first of new Colorado General Assembly session

Soon after the Colorado General Assembly convened for the 2023 legislative session on Monday, members introduced the first bills of the year, offering a hint of Democratic priorities. “This session,…

Colorado Parks and Wildlife unveils wolf reintroduction plan, including Vail area

Colorado Parks and Wildlife unveils wolf reintroduction plan, including Vail area

Colorado could be less than a year away from the state’s first relocation of gray wolves to parts of the Western Slope, as required by a ballot initiative passed by…

Colorado lawmakers to weigh task force focused on high-altitude water storage

Colorado lawmakers to weigh task force focused on high-altitude water storage

Colorado’s Joint Committee on Legislative Council has approved a slate of bills put forward by various interim committees to be introduced and considered in the next legislative session, ranging from…

Housing advocates laud state action like Colorado Prop 123; want more from feds

Housing advocates laud state action like Colorado Prop 123; want more from feds

Voters in Colorado approved a statewide affordable housing initiative in November; while voters in nine cities across the country OK’d measures to finance the construction of affordable housing, preserve existing…

Roberts to chair Senate ag, natural resources; Lukens lands on House ag, water, natural resources committee

Roberts to chair Senate ag, natural resources; Lukens lands on House ag, water, natural resources committee

With a little over three weeks until the new Colorado legislative session convenes, leaders in each chamber are rolling out committee assignments. On the House side, Speaker-designate Julie McCluskie, a…

After 546-vote victory, Boebert backs Trump, proclaims ‘I’m not changing who I am’

After 546-vote victory, Boebert backs Trump, proclaims ‘I’m not changing who I am’

It’s official. Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert has won re-election. While the result for the controversial Republican congresswoman who represents part of Eagle County and most of Colorado’s Western Slope had…

DACA deal draws tentative support from advocacy groups that back Dreamers

DACA deal draws tentative support from advocacy groups that back Dreamers

Editor’s note: On Dec. 15, a deal to protect Dreamers reportedly stalled out again during the remaining days of the lame-duck session. U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina and…

Neguse elected to fifth highest position in Democratic U.S. House leadership

Neguse elected to fifth highest position in Democratic U.S. House leadership

Members of the House Democratic Caucus this week elected Colorado’s U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse to serve as chair of the Democratic Policy and Communications Committee, the fifth highest elected role…

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