On the first day of the special legislative session Monday, state Senator Jacob Candelaria, D-Albuquerque, announced he was leaving the Democratic Party.
Utah Governor Spencer Cox is proposing a grocery tax credit he said will save taxpayers $160 million as part of his fiscal year 2023 budget recommendations.
A federal court issued an injunction Tuesday blocking the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for federal contract workers, the latest in a series of legal defeats for the president.
Five Colorado state agencies are holding approximately $15.1 million in excess funds, according to an audit of the state's cash funds.
Colorado paid out $73.1 million in unemployment benefits last year that were "likely or potentially fraudulent," according to an audit of the state's unemployment insurance program.
Former Kansas Senator and presidential candidate Bob Dole died Sunday.
A new report by the Common Sense Institute shows how Colorado's budgetary spending has changed over the past two decades.
Kansas collected $626.8 million in taxes last month, Governor Laura Kelly's office announced Wednesday.
President Joe Biden unveiled a new set of executive actions to address the Omicron variant Thursday, though how serious the threat of the variant will be remains unclear.
Nearly seven in ten Americans say billionaires are not paying their fair share in taxes, according to a new survey.