After a marathon session that lasted through the night, The U.S. Senate on Saturday narrowly passed a massive $1.9 trillion relief package.
Colorado's largest restaurant trade organization applauded state lawmakers for advancing a bill this week that would allow customers to purchase to-go alcoholic drinks for the next five years.
Colorado's Senate confirmed Gov. Jared Polis' first five appointments to the revamped Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission this week.
Twenty Republican attorneys general argue that HR1, the "For the People Act," which passed the U.S. House late in the night on Wednesday, is unconstitutional.
Colorado's Senate Military Affairs Committee voted to indefinitely postpone two bills that would require state agencies to follow the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) before declaring an emergency public health order.
Nearly one year after first shutting down the state last March, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that Texas would reopen 100% beginning March 10.
Reconciliation - it's a term federal budget experts would understand, but for the rest of us, it sounds like what you do with a family member you haven't talked to in years.
Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture Kate Greenberg clarifies "MeatOut Day" and the importance of agriculture to the state.
The nation's high court is set to hear oral arguments over two voting issues that originated in Arizona but could spur significant changes nationwide.
Oklahoma is working to ensure its Unemployment Insurance (UI) Trust Fund stays over a certain threshold to avoid tax increases on businesses after jobless claims surged throughout the state, creating payouts in 2020 that were more than the previous 10 years combined.