Texas has more than $105 billion in total bond obligations, which represents the third-highest total in the country, according to a new report.
Colorado business leaders say a state plan to reduce employee commute times could be harmful to businesses that can't offer work-from-home opportunities.
Some lawmakers in Washington are trying to overhaul how inheritances are taxed, and it could be devastating to New Mexico's family farms and ranches.
Marijuana sales in Colorado slumped lower in May even though 2021 is still shaping up to be a record-breaking year, according to data from the state's revenue department.
A small business in Grand Junction is suing to stop the state of Colorado from collecting a premium for the paid family and medical leave ballot measure that voters passed last year.
The Colorado Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission filed a petition with the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to adjust its September 1 deadline to present the finalized congressional map.
The news over the past months has been saturated with stories about another "surge" of unaccompanied minors crossing the southern border of the U.S.
The Mesa County Board of Commissioners sent a letter to Colorado Governor Jared Polis urging him to end the state's participation in the federal supplemental unemployment benefits.
President Joe Biden stepped into the contentious debate over new voting laws as Democrats from Texas have gathered in Washington, D.C. in the latest installment of political infighting over state voter regulations.
Newly released federal data showed a major spike in consumer prices, worrying experts about the continued rise of inflation.