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Topic - Greg Brophy
Colorado may be the first state with a retail marijuana market, but that doesn't mean the next governor has to like it.
Colorado health officials have extended air pollution talks through the weekend on a sweeping plan to reduce air pollution from oil and gas drilling.
Republican gubernatorial hopefuls agreed on taxes, civil unions and marijuana, but they disagreed on the woes of the state GOP in their first debate Tuesday.
Supporters of universal background checks for gun purchases in Colorado say 104 denials in the first six months of the law show that the regulation is working.
Democrats came under heavy criticism Friday for driving Magpul Industries out of Colorado by pushing an aggressive gun-control agenda, a move that could cost the state more than $80 million annually.
It's a stark fact that is fueling an already intense debate about gun rights in this state: It was an armed deputy who stopped the Arapahoe High School gunman last week from unleashing a deadly massacre, not the expansive new gun control laws approved by Colorado Democrats in March in reaction to two mass shootings.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper hobbled into a Wednesday press conference on crutches after hip surgery, a fitting metaphor for state Democrats following this week's historic recall election.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper hobbled into a news conference Wednesday on crutches after hip surgery, a fitting metaphor for state Democrats following this week's historic recall election.
DENVER - Another Colorado Democrat has stoked the state's raging gun-control debate by challenging the argument that guns are needed for self-defense.
Another Colorado Democrat has stoked the state's raging gun-control debate by challenging the argument that guns are needed for self-defense.
Advocates of the effort to form a 51st state comprised of rural northern Colorado counties will have to do so without the support of Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper.
A Quinnipiac University poll released last week shows Colorado voters registering greater disapproval for Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper and the Democrat-controlled legislature, following a legislative session described as the most liberal in state history.
A Colorado firearms company has found a new home across the border in Wyoming, protesting the recent passage of restrictive new guns laws.
A national boycott movement is aimed at Colorado's $1.8 billion hunting industry, launched by gun rights supporters last week after Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law three gun control bills.
One of Colorado's most popular standard shotguns would be banned under a bill making its way through the state Capitol.
"We also promised we would regulate marijuana like alcohol, and we're not doing that," said Mr. Brophy. "We've created the most burdensome regulatory system ever seen by mankind here, and that's why I didn't support any of that."