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Andrew Kenney

Undocumented immigrants to get Colorado driver’s licenses more quickly

New law removes a two-year waiting requirement

Colorado voters could be blocked from implementing ranked choice voting

Colorado may decide in November whether to move the state’s elections to a ranked choice voting system. However, a recent move by the state legislature could block or delay that change, even...

Under new law, Coloradans gain power to repair cellphones, computers and more

Policy gives consumers more control over devices they own

‘People like to make an example’: Wolf advocate says lobbying accusations are part of political war

A complaint against an environmental advocate is moving forward after Colorado officials said they found evidence of a lobbying violation involving a bill about the reintroduction of gray wo...

Democrats frustrated as Gov. Polis vetoes six Colorado bills

Governor shutdown proposals on labor rights, waste incinerators and more; here’s why

Top Democrats, Republicans join together on 11th-hour property tax deal

Bill would permanently lower overall tax rates

‘We would lay our arms down:’ Is this the end of the property tax wars, or just another battle?

Once again, Colorado lawmakers are debating a big plan to reduce property tax rates

15 ways housing, development and renters’ rights could change in Colorado this year

Democrats have advanced series of measures that would push cities to loosen development restrictions

Colorado could use $700 million of TABOR surplus on a new child tax credit

Starting Spring 2025, Colorado’s lower-income families could receive an average of $2,500 per year under a state-level child tax credit. The proposal, which is moving forward at the statehou...

‘You shouldn’t have to pay your deductible twice’ — Lawmakers search for solutions after insurance implosion

When the health insurer Friday Health shut down its Colorado operations last summer, it left 30,000 Coloradans scrambling for new health insurance. It wasn’t just a hassle — it came with tho...

Should churches and others be held accountable for past sex abuse? Colorado voters may decide

More people who survived childhood sexual abuse could gain the ability to sue the perpetrators and their employers – if Colorado voters agree to a constitutional amendment proposed by state ...

Colorado could spend $18 million – and use a controversial legal power – to get ADUs built

Dozens of Colorado cities would have to allow the construction of auxiliary dwelling units (ADUs) under a bill proposed by state lawmakers. ADUs, also known as “granny flats,” are small, fre...