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If new polling released today from Democratic-aligned pollster Public Policy Polling proves accurate, Colorado is headed back to the future in 2014.
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Despite icy temperatures on Thursday, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper along with Senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet visited areas hit hard by the September floods.
Gov. John Hickenlooper has appointed a former head of the Great Outdoors Colorado land conservation organization to lead a state effort to preserve the greater sage-grouse and fend off an endangered listing for the bird.
Recently Governor Hickenlooper announced that Trinidad has been added to the list of communities participating in the Main Street Program With the addition of Trinidad, there are now 13 communities across Colorado participating in the program.
No sooner had the Lafayette City Council, with three new members and a new mayor, sat down together for the first time this week than it found itself embroiled in a widening battle with the oil and gas industry over voter-approved bans on energy extraction.
POLITICO 's new magazine may have debuted to mixed reactions - the Washington Post likes it, while the best that Salon's Alex Pareene could say about it was that "It's magaziney" and "The articles are long" - but it does contain an interesting look at Colorado marijuana pioneer Mason Tvert .
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper said the secession movement will ultimately make the state stronger.
Gov. John Hickenlooper fielded difficult questions Tuesday from rural members of Colorado Counties Inc. who feel their voices aren't being heard in state government.
Brandon Coats works on his computer at his home in Denver in December 2012. Coats, a quadriplegic medical marijuana patient, was fired from his job in 2010 as a telephone operator at Dish Network after testing positive for marijuana.
More than half of registered voters in Colorado support the highly controversial gas drilling process known as hydraulic fracturing, even after many of them restricted the practice in three counties last month, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.
It's easy to forget the pain and outrage that motivate us. Life gets in the way; we have bills to pay and kids to raise and jobs to go to, and so we look away, take a breath, maybe begin to forget.
A Dec. 1 deadline to reopen 27 flood-battered Colorado highways was tame compared with the years of complex challenges facing road crews charged with making permanent fixes to damage caused by September's historic floods.
Hundreds of pro-Arab, anti-Israel activists protested on Sunday night outside the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, where the Jewish National Fund was holding its annual fundraising gala Negev dinner.