Ahead of the special session of the 74th General Assembly, Gov. Polis urged lawmakers to provide property tax relief to Coloradans.
A proposal backed by Colorado Democrats to cut property tax rates while allowing the state to retain more excess tax revenue in the long term appeared to be decisively rejected by voters on Tuesday.
Voters pass Proposition II, boosting Colorado’s universal preschool program with tobacco tax revenues
Colorado voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure that will allow the state to retain excess revenue from taxes on tobacco and nicotine products to support its new universal preschool program.
Denver DA Beth McCann announced disbarred attorney Steven Bachar was sentenced to three years in prison Nov. 6.
Gov. Polis appointed Jon Olafson to the 2nd Judicial District Court to replace retiring Judge Shelley Gilman, effective Dec. 1.
AG Weiser joins 18 other attorneys general in an amicus brief defending a large-capacity magazine gun safety law in the District of Columbia.
Five people have applied for nomination to the office of district judge for the 14th Judicial District.
A coalition of attorneys general filed lawsuits against Meta asserting it harms youth’s mental health through its social media platforms.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser joined a multistate coalition of attorneys general in protecting access to medication abortion.