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Jesse Paul
Position: The Colorado Sun

Colorado voters will decide 3 alcohol-related ballot measures in November

Initiatives for wine sales in grocery stores, third-party alcohol delivery, number of liquor store locations will all be decided

In letter to Biden, Colorado Democrats request executive action related to CORE Act

It is a tacit acknowledgment the bill has no current path through Congress

Republicans initiate recall of Colorado senator two days after he announces he’s becoming a Democrat

‘It’s strange how the way you affiliate changes people’s perceptions of you,’ says Sen. Kevin Priola

State Sen. Kevin Priola switches party registration to Democrat, citing conspiracies

‘There is too much at stake right now for Republicans to be in charge,’ Henderson lawmaker writes

U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea believes abortions should be legal up until 20 weeks of pregnancy, with exceptions after

Bennet’s challenger had refused until Friday to provide specifics on his stance

With CORE Act stalled, supporters want Biden to use executive action

Public lands bill has been unable to advance past the Senate for years because of Republican opposition

Lauren Boebert lists her husband’s consulting income as ‘N/A’ on financial disclosure

Congresswoman faced criticism last year after revealing income source

John Hickenlooper wins over critics with big role in Democrats’ climate bill

Colorado senator used to be criticized for being too cozy with oil and gas industry; now he’s being cheered by environmentalists

Democratic state senator from Colorado Springs indicted on felony charge

Prosecutors in El Paso County say Sen. Pete Lee is accused of providing false information as to his residence

Recount results are in: Tina Peters remains a loser in Colorado secretary of state’s race

Republican candidate picked up 13 votes, but so did her opponent

Polis’ name isn’t on TABOR refund checks, but it will be on a letter accompanying them

$750 and $1,500 payments come from tax revenues collected in excess of spending caps

Tina Peters covers $256,000 tab to conduct recount in her primary race

Republican candidate running for Colorado secretary of state lost by nearly 90,000 votes