Those who are looking to put citizen initiatives on future Colorado statewide ballots will have to come up with 25 percent more signatures than was required for measures that made it on the 2018 election.
Don't expect Titone to carry the transgender birth certificate or conversion therapy bills in the 2019 session. While she will definitely be an "aye" vote, "I don't want to be polarizing or a 'one-trick pony,'" she said.
While the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission has not yet received a response from Gov. John Hickenlooper on the ethics complaint filed against him in October, Commissioner Bill Leone predicted Monday that the panel will move quickly on the complaint.
A small but vocal group of public-education activists protested outside the Boulder office of U.S. Rep. Jared Polis Friday in opposition to choices the governor-elect made for his transition team on education.
A GOP senator wants the AG to look into "whether Governor Hickenlooper accepted benefits from a corporation days before taking an official state action that provided direct financial benefit to the same corporation."
Colorado U.S. Rep.-elect Joe Neguse of Boulder is in Washington, D.C., this week to attend new member orientation. He's also the sole member of Colorado's Democratic Congressional delegation who hasn't yet weighed in on who he favors for speaker of the House.