Antonio Méndez organized a 64-county tour of Colorado for Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne soon after she was appointed, to help introduce her to the state and vice versa.
Space on the west side of the campus could be cleared for a hotel and/or apartments and condos.
Liz Cahill, tasked with branding Colorado to attract companies, stepped down last month. Her departure leaves uncertainty about the position going forward.
Denver City Council unanimously adopted a resolution asking Colorado's congressional delegation to oppose Trump's budget.
Colorado has a few perception issues that could make it difficult to lure companies to the state. Yes, marijuana's one of them.