Colorado's economy added 14,600 jobs last month, sending the state's unemployment rate down to 3.6 percent, according to the latest data from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
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Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed bills Thursday that seek to help local governments improve public safety and bolster school safety efforts.
The stock market came back from a midday drop Friday, the day ending with the S&P 500 Index 18.6 percent below the record high set in early January.
With adult-use marijuana sales eclipsing $3 billion in Massachusetts, other New England states are now entering the recreational marijuana industry.
Approximately $100 million will be distributed to farmers integrating new technologies that use less water, according to Utah Governor Spencer Cox.
North Dakota's State Department of Environmental Quality is monitoring water surface water about 33 miles south of Fargo, where a liquid fertilizer spill occurred recently.
(The Center Square) - Kansas' state agencies are working with the federal government to "expedite relief" from the ongoing infant formula shortage, Gov. Laura Kelly's office said Thursday.
Kelly said in a statement that she has directed state agencies to "do everything in their power" to help Kansas families impacted by the shortage.
"From increasing flexibility to helping eliminate barriers at check-out, my Administration is doing what is within our power to ease the impact of the national infant formula shortage on Kansas Families," the governor said.
A new report sheds light on how inflation could impact Colorado's health insurance option program, also known as the Colorado Option.
Then White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said in October that inflation increases "will be transitionary." But today, they have surpassed 40-year highs.
Gas prices reached yet another record high Thursday, a day after poor retailer earnings reports sent stocks tumbling to its worst day in more than two years.