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Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office is expected to request on Tuesday that state budget writers approve supplemental funding for the Colorado Energy Office after the legislature hit an impasse at the end of the legislative session. The governor’s office is asking for $3.1 million to preserve the office, which, in addition to promoting renewable energy, also […]
There’s been plenty of buzz about potential candidates of both persuasions for the open seat in the 2nd Congressional District next year now that five-term incumbent Democrat Jared Polis is running for governor. But state Sen. Kevin Lundberg, the Berthoud Republican who ran against Polis in 2012, wants to make it clear he isn’t one […]
With the 2017 session of the Colorado General Assembly behind us, I am enjoying being back in my district and having some time to reflect back on the legislative session. From Jan. 11 to May 10, my colleagues and I worked very hard to find compromise on some very important issues, and as a result, […]
State Rep. Paul Lundeen, a Monument Republican and former chairman of the State Board of Education, declared Wednesday he’s running for the Senate District 9 seat held by state Sen. Kent Lambert with the term-limited GOP incumbent’s endorsement.
State Sen. Kevin Lundberg, a Berthoud Republican and former congressional candidate, announced Thursday he’s testing the waters for a campaign for state treasurer in next year’s election.
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Friday signed the upcoming year’s budget, known as the Long Appropriations Bill, praising legislators on both sides of the aisle for coming together to avert “draconian” cuts while safeguarding spending on health care and schools.
State Sen. Dominick Moreno, a Commerce City Democrat, on Wednesday officially launched his campaign for the 7th Congressional District seat held by U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, who is running for governor in next year’s election.
It is an enormous shock to read of the death of Ray Kogovsek, a superb public servant and a tireless supporter of his home town, Pueblo. I had the opportunity to serve in the Colorado House of Representatives for six of the years in which he