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Since he was a freshman lawmaker in 2013, Republican Rep. Justin Everett of Littleton has been the lone no vote on bills dozens of times in the 65-member Colorado House, earning the nickname “Dr. No.”
As battle to replace Ed Perlmutter takes shape, Republicans eye elusive congressional district.
Gorsuch will hear his first arguments from the Supreme Court bench this week, and he may not be so genteel on the bench.
The state of reproductive health legislation in 2017 is not exactly what you would expect.
One measure would set minimum sentences for felony DUI convictions in Colorado.
Will changes to the federal budget trickle down and affect Colorado’s state government? If so, where?
Canada introduces legislation to legalize marijuana.
Bipartisan group of senators look to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Dispute over marijuana taxing authority in Colorado may continue — despite state bill designed to defuse it.
Arts education would be a baton that measures Colorado schools under Senate Bill 107.
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