Councilwoman Kendra Black wants Denver to use much more of its marijuana money to get housing built, and she's not alone.
'It's very, very complicated," said a tax accountant who trains other tax accountants.
The sites agreed to pay the money after losing an appeal to the Colorado Supreme Court earlier this year.
If a majority of affected hotel owners agree, a new Tourism Improvement District will raise money for increasing costs at the Colorado Convention Center.
When you write legislation really quickly, sometimes you accidentally cut funding for buses and museums
This goes back to Senate Bill 267, which neglected to mention Colorado's special districts like RTD and SCFD when it tinkered with the marijuana tax rate.
Denver City Council signed off on a plan to increase taxes on hotel rooms by 1 percent in order to pay for an expansion of the Colorado Convention Center.
Gov. John Hickenlooper said he will not call lawmakers back for a special session to try to put together a transportation funding package.
A competing transportation proposal, a new look at the hospital provider fee and other things to watch in the second half of the Colorado General Assembly
The 2017 legislative session has crossed the halfway mark. The next two months will determine if this session is a success or failure.
The change would cost Colorado an estimated $1.2 million a year in lost tax revenue.
Hickenlooper wants cities to lobby for a transportation tax, but Republicans and Democrats in the legislature are on a collision course
Hickenlooper hopes to see a concrete proposal from the legislature by the end of March. Lots of time to get on it.
Former Gov. Bill Owens and former Denver mayor Wellington Webb speak out against marijuana legalization in an ad
“Don’t repeat our terrible mistake," Wellington Webb, Denver's former mayor of 12 years, says in the new ad.
The Larimer County Sheriff's Office is investigating a death in Timnath as a homicide.
Officials rescued 63 Chihuahuas living in a home in Northern Colorado.