Beer, grub and games will be back at Skyline Park this summer when Skyline Beer Garden returns for its third year.
A taxpayer advocacy group sued RTD and SCFD for allegedly violating TABOR.
"If we're not saving money, the next downturn is going to be all that much worse," said Henry Sobanet, the governor's budget director.
There's still a live bill in the Democratic-controlled House and an opportunity for this all to turn out differently, but it's not a bet I would take.
"It is absolutely essential that we get back up to our reserve level ahead of the next recession," the governor's budget director told lawmakers Tuesday.
“Yes for today:” Wary support moves bill that would reshape the Colorado budget toward its next big fight
The Senate Finance Committee signed off on a bill that would reclassify the hospital provider fee, but members barely touched on the most contentious part.
Faced with a Colorado budget that makes deep cuts to hospitals, some lawmakers are ready for a change
Republican state Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg has introduced a bill to do something Democrats have wanted and most Republicans have resisted for several years now.
GOP Rep. Dan Thurlow of Grand Junction and Sen. Larry Crowder of Alamosa wanted to ask voters to change the way limits on state revenue are calculated under TABOR.
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.
HB 1187 would change how Colorado calculates revenue caps that TABOR imposes on state government and allow it to benefit from economic growth.
And once it gets there, it needs to get past Colorado voters, who have only approved one new tax in the last 25 years.
The economy is doing well, and the 0.03 percent sales tax is collecting more money than anticipated.
Single-payer health care has been a dream of progressives for decades. Why do so many of them oppose ColoradoCare?
The Supreme Court indicated Tuesday that it would hear the case brought against Aspen by The Colorado Union of Taxpayers.