(The Center Square) – The federal deficit in the first three months of the budget year is 60.7 percent higher than over the same time period as last year, a record-breaking $572.9 billion.
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(The Center Square) – Colorado lawmakers moved several bills on Thursday, among them one clarifying CARES Act refunds and another that would allow remote participation in legislative proceedings.
Heather Mills is reportedly engaged to her partner, Mike Dickman, whom she has been romancing for 18 months.
(The Center Square) – Colorado’s total marijuana sales surpassed $2 billion in 2020, the highest amount since legalization, the state's Department of Revenue (CDOR) said Tuesday.
(The Center Square) — Colorado’s largest infrastructure project is at least 10 months behind schedule and will cost an extra $100 and $150 million to complete, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported Monday.
(The Center Square) — The Colorado Secretary of State’s office said Monday that the federal government has opened a second round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans for new applicants and certain existing borrowers, making up to $284 billion available for small businesses across the country.
North Dakota's U.S. Senators are both praising new rules from the IRS for the 45Q carbon capture tax credit.
Free community testing continues at Justice Center until end of October
Members raise landfill fees, approve marijuana expenditures, move forward with Santa Fe Trail reconstruction
Mattie submits resignation, leaves council seat vacancy