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Colorado special session possible on oil and gas rules

DENVER – Lawmakers and groups with a stake in oil and gas development in Colorado have a draft bill from the governor’s office that seeks to find a compromise on local control rules – a prop...

All pot businesses need now is blessing from U.S. Treasury

With new Colorado law, industry hopes to relieve itself of its cash hoard

DMV goal: 15-minute wait time

Higher fees in 2016 to pay for changes

Governor signs edible-pot bills

AURORA – Changes to the appearance of marijuana edibles to make them identifiable to children will be taken up by Colorado regulators with a bill signed into law Wednesday. Gov. J...

Internet may kill Colorado taxi ride

Regulations written for Lyft, Uber

Hickenlooper signs broadband expansion

DENVER – Gov. John Hickenlooper signed legislation Friday that reroutes part of a $54 million annual ratepayer subsidy to telecom companies into a broadband fund to provide service in rural ...

Wildfire victims closer to receiving payments

2012 fire killed 3, destroyed home of Pres. Hoover’s heirs

Lawmakers grapple with marijuana edibles

DENVER – Lawmakers held off setting restrictions on marijuana edibles in Colorado on Thursday, but they will study setting limits next year. Legislators also are advancing a measu...

Your privacy is on legislators’ minds

Measure aims to contain government surveillance

Revenge-porn bill gathers support

Privacy law centers on issue of consent

Revenge porn may soon become a misdemeanor within our state

But is such legislation a violation of the First Amendment?

State House panel OKs edible pot restrictions

DENVER – A Colorado proposal to widen a ban on certain types of edible marijuana advanced Thursday in a state House committee amid concerns that it could be too broad. What lawma...