Colorado's outgoing governor and a beer company co-founder offer some thoughts on what it takes.
Four months after the state’s open primary, unaffiliated general election voters turned out in record numbers.
Republicans now hold about two dozen more state legislative chambers around the U.S. than Democrats.
The energy-saving solution can be used by water treatment and wastewater facilities.
With recreational marijuana now permitted in nine states, questions remain over the best way to detect high drivers.
The Trump administration, states and local leaders—including many environmentalists—agree that more must be done to avert catastrophic wildfire, including thinning trees.
But experts caution pot tax revenue doesn’t necessarily solve state budget problems.
Some town governments in Colorado's mountains are setting aside money to pay for U.S. Forest Service employees, hoping the extra staff can better maintain national forests that are crowded with tourists each summer.
In a place wracked by fires and floods, Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers says that “we’re always educating ourselves on best practices” plus building up fiscal reserves to deal with the next disaster.
The Integrated Benefits Initiative, a partnership between Code for America, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and Nava Public Benefit Corporation, is spearheading the effort.
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The state provided a detailed update on the industry, which is clearing $1 billion in sales annually.
The states will be the first in the multi-year "Smarter States, Smarter Communities" learning lab, which grows out of National Governor Association Chair Brian Sandoval's 'Ahead of the Curve' Initiative.
The body’s lone local government representative discusses filling the late San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s shoes and keeping pace with technology.
The 241 grants will fund 346 infrastructure projects, including runways, taxiways, aprons and terminals.
Instead, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission provided state and local governments a lecture on fair governance.
Forty-four percent of fatally injured drivers tested for drugs had positive results in 2016, the Governors Highway Safety Association found, up more than 50 percent compared with a decade ago.
Those scraping by on six-figure salaries in Silicon Valley may be enticed by this ad campaign.
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