News that the Colorado senator was diagnosed with prostate cancer provides an additional lens for the Congressional healthcare reforms he announced this week—and only increases his motivation to run for president.
The leaders behind this year’s march—both nationally and locally—are dedicated to fulfilling a more inclusive mission by planning a more diverse event and addressing a broader spectrum of women’s issues.
In his inaugural speech to the General Assembly on Thursday, Colorado's newly minted governor outlined clear objectives for his first year in office, but without much detail on how they'll be accomplished.
Colorado Democrats had a lot to celebrate on Tuesday night, as the party swept every statewide race, picked up a congressional seat, and flipped the state Senate. But the shift wouldn't have been possible without a swell of support from young, independent, and female voters.
The Democratic candidate for governor has spent his career disrupting the status quo—both in business and politics. Now, he hopes his progressive ideas will win him the state’s highest position, and give him the opportunity to change the course of Colorado history.
As Colorado’s legislature grapples with how to reform its workplace harassment policies, House Majority Leader KC Becker shares exclusive details about the investigation into complaints against Steve Lebsock earlier this year.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple in 2012. In what was anticipated to be a landmark case, the concurring opinion was decidedly—and surprisingly—narrow.
In an interview with 5280, Guzman said that she lost faith that a deal struck between Senate President Kevin Grantham and the Democratic Caucus over the sexual harassment allegations against Sen. Randy Baumgardner would be honored.