A bill that would make a state committee on water and agriculture permanent unanimously passed Wednesday in the Colorado Senate.
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The total handle for sports betting in Colorado saw a decrease in December 2022, while tax revenue collected by the state slightly increased, according to the latest Colorado Department of Revenue data.
Republican Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey and 19 other attorneys general are warning Walgreens and CVS pharmacies that any plans to mail abortion-inducing pills is illegal and unsafe.
Despite inflation, a tight labor market and fears of a recession, a record number of new businesses started operating in the fourth quarter of 2022 in Colorado and many other benchmarks are positive, according to a report by the University of Colorado and the secretary of state's office.
Washington state has spent hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars in recent years fighting intense wildfire seasons.
Arizona Senate President Warren Petersen introduced legislation to tackle the state's affordable housing crisis.
Voters in Oklahoma will decide on State Question 820, an initiative to legalize marijuana, March 7, 2023. Voters in Ohio could decide on an initiative to legalize marijuana in November 2023.
Income-eligible Coloradans can now apply for up to $1,044 in rebates for property taxes, rent, and heat payments, Governor Jared Polis's office said Monday.
A bipartisan bill introduced in the Colorado Senate would make all automobile thefts felonies and eliminate penalties based on the value of a stolen vehicle.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food and Nutrition Service will invest $25 million into three states to encourage people on food assistance to buy more fruits and vegetables.