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Q&A: Rep. Naquetta Ricks, first African immigrant elected to Colorado Legislature

This week, States Newsroom outlets including Colorado Newsline featured refugees from around the country in honor of World Refugee Day. Colorado state Rep. Naquetta...

College athletes score a big win in U.S. Supreme Court in...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that the National Collegiate Athletics Association cannot limit educational compensation to student athletes due to...

Sneak peek: Recommended solutions to Colorado’s affordable housing crisis

A coalition of housing experts across Colorado has been meeting remotely for the last eight months to brainstorm long-term strategies for alleviating the state’s...

Meet the parent leaders behind Colorado’s biggest tax reform in decades

After a difficult year for working parents — during which 4 million working moms had to leave the workforce due to lack of child...

Colorado Republicans: Backlash over transportation fees could give GOP a shot...

Republicans haven’t held power in the Colorado Senate since 2018, and not in the House since 2012. But they’re hoping what they perceive as new...

Colorado’s renters rights got a boost this legislative session, alongside a...

In what will undoubtedly be a legislative session for the history books, Colorado state lawmakers this week approved a laundry list of new legal...

States poised to allow college athletes to profit off their name,...

WASHINGTON — A seismic shift will rock college sports next month, when a handful of new state laws go into effect allowing student athletes...

Historic $5.3 billion transportation bill sent to governor’s desk

Lawmakers in the Colorado General Assembly on Wednesday gave final approval to a $5.3 billion transportation funding package, sending the historic measure to Gov....

Infrastructure can help unite urban and rural frontline communities

A column recently ran in the Daily Yonder, an online newspaper covering rural issues, piqued my interest. The premise was that struggling rural places...

Here’s how Colorado’s Democratic leaders want to spend the state’s $3.8...

Colorado Democratic leaders and lawmakers gathered on the steps of the state Capitol on Monday morning to unveil their preliminary plan for how to...

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