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Former lawmaker Victor Mitchell is the first big-ticket Republican in the governor race after making his announcement yesterday.
Michael Flynn, a national security advisor resigned after it was revealed he misled White House officials about conversations with the Russian ambassador to the U.S.
Acting AG Sally Yates warned the White House about Flynn’s dealings.
State Republicans say schools shouldn’t pay for road funding.
A bill to improve mental health care for prisoners made it out of a Senate committee.
Judge Neil Gorsuch’s religious freedom protections have expanded to other areas of the First Amendment as well.
A new Senate bill is intended to lower the concealed carry age from 21 to 18. But the bill is unlikely to gain the Democratic support needed to pass.
A private company is trying to help Colorado win a Hyperloop train along the Front Range from Cheyenne, Wyoming to Pueblo.
One lawmaker says women shouldn’t be taxed for feminine hygiene products, saying it is gender inequality.
A new initiative going into effect next month will allow pharmacists to prescribe birth control without a patient first seeing a physician.
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