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New Colorado legislative maps mean politicos are adapting to a statewide shakeup, with more competitive and fewer rural House and Senate districts.
The Colorado Farm Bureau said their map proposals reflect the interest of "farmers, ranchers and real Colorado." They left out the help they got from a shadowy nonprofit.
A Colorado lawmaker looking to protect his political fortunes coached people on their public testimony intended to keep him in power after the current redistricting cycle.
Colorado’s coronavirus testing program pushed what critics contend are flawed tests in nursing homes from a fledgling company run by a 25-year-old college dropout that had the backing of a major Democratic campaign donor with a financial stake in the firm and a tie to Gov. Jared Polis’ administration.
Colorado lawmakers have asked the state Supreme Court to evaluate a legislative proposal to change how the first independent redistricting commission will redraw the state’s political maps for the next decade.