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Jesse Paul
Position: The Colorado Sun

Budget writers fine Colorado Mesa University for exceeding tuition cap

Legislature told the state’s colleges and universities they couldn’t raise tuition for any in-state undergraduate students by more than 2%

Democrats in Colorado’s legislature want a ban on so-called assault weapons

Gov. Polis may not be on board with bill defining assault weapon and the penalties for procuring or possessing one

Colorado voters may be asked to forgo their future TABOR refunds so the state can boost school funding

Two Democrats in the legislature plan to introduce a bill eliminating future Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights Refunds

Two handguns stolen from truck outside Colorado Capitol

Incoming GOP state representative says both guns were unloaded and secured with trigger locks

State representative accused of lying about her residence resigns

Tracey Bernett was charged in November with felony counts

Avalanche near Winter Park kills 2 backcountry snowmobilers

The Grand County Sheriff’s Office says it was alerted to the slide on Corona Pass

State lawmakers wrestle with how to issue future TABOR refunds

The Legislature may choose to keep refunds tied to Coloradans’ income levels or issue flat sums

Man killed in avalanche near Breckenridge Ski Resort

Summit County Rescue Group says avalanche happened in area outside ski area boundary

Big bump in Colorado’s sports betting tax revenue benefits water projects

Colorado budget analysts project that sports betting tax revenues will be double what was collected in the prior year

Colorado shoppers will be charged 10 cents per plastic and paper bag starting Jan. 1

People in federal or state food assistance programs don’t pay fees as long as they can prove enrollment in one of those programs

Lauren Boebert’s narrow victory confirmed by mandatory recount

Democrat Adam Frisch conceded on Nov. 18 after it became clear he couldn’t win

Morgan Carroll to step aside as Colorado Democratic Party chairwoman

Her party has secured more sustained power in the state than ever before