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The Polis administration is seeking to bump the state's current spending plan by $572 million, with a portion of that money paying for a salary hike to help recruitment and retention efforts at privately-run prisons.
New Colorado legislative maps mean politicos are adapting to a statewide shakeup, with more competitive and fewer rural House and Senate districts.
Attorneys for Kyle Vinson said he remained hospitalized and faced "a long road" to recovery a day after the Aurora Police Department released a video of his alleged assault at the hands of officers.
Preliminary draft maps unveiled in June by the state’s legislative redistricting commission, if not adjusted, could violate federal civil rights laws, two state lawmakers said this week, by splitting minority communities in some parts of the state.
It’s a buzzing undercurrent in the legislative session: the volume of law enforcement bills working their way through the General Assembly like a river carves a canyon.
The state budget is slated to be introduced on April 5, three days ahead of deadline. What a difference a year makes.
Andrew Romanoff, then president and CEO of Mental Health Colorado, and state Rep. Leslie Herod, D-Denve announce the Caring 4 Denver initiativ…