A calculation error forced over 51,000 people in Colorado to overpay vehicle taxes.
Colorado governor appoints members of state boards and commissions.
Governor names replacements for two Colorado Court of Appeals justices.
Colorado is looking for comments about revising minimum wage rules.
Thoughts on Colorado politics from former state senator and Treasurer Mark Hillman.
A RESOLUTION FOR THE KIOWA COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, KIOWA COUNTY, COLORADO, DECLARING KIOWA COUNTY TO BE A SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY COUNTY
WHEREAS, 30-11-101, C.R.S. provided that Counties have the authority to adopt and enforce ordinances and resolutions regarding health, safety and welfare issues; and
Monday morning, former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper launched his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. Hickenlooper announced his decision to run in a campaign video which highlights the his 16 years of executive experience and his record of accomplishment.
At the start of his first term, he faced an historic recession, devastating droughts, forest fires, and floods, as well as the mass-shooting in Aurora. Colorado has since jumped from 40th in job growth to the number one economy in the country.
Colorado governor announces a new round of appointments to boards and commissions in the state.
Colorado tax return checkoff supplements wildlife and resource management funding.
STATE BOARD OF STOCK INSPECTION COMMISSIONERS - for a term expiring May 1, 2022:
Erik Mohrlang of Fort Morgan, Colorado, to represent the confinement cattle industry, appointed.
UNDERGROUND DAMAGE PREVENTION SAFETY COMMISSION - for terms expiring January 1, 2020:
Christopher Kampmann of Firestone, Colorado, to serve as a representative of municipalities, appointed;
James Moody of Denver, Colorado, to serve as a representative of contractors, appointed;