Colorado has updated its open records act so that citizens can obtain government documents in digital formats that can be readily analyzed by computer.
Second time’s the charm: Colorado lawmakers pass open records law that will let you request searchable data
Colorado lawmakers pass CORA open records bill
For decades, any finding by Colorado labor officials that an employer engaged in wage theft has been considered a trade secret that's off-limits to the public.
Colorado residents whose requests for public records are denied have just one option: Go to court. But that may change.
Single-payer health care has been a dream of progressives for decades. Why do so many of them oppose ColoradoCare?
Louisville-based Magellan Strategies dropped some insight Wednesday into four statewide measures on the November ballot.
Here's what's on the ballot and what's still awaiting approval from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office.
ColoradoCare is likely to reduce total health care spending, but not by enough to actually pay for it.