Kyle Henley

Colorado to Consider Constitutional Convention

By: - November 6, 2003

Colorado lawmakers may try to call a constitutional convention to rewrite conflicting amendments that have been added since Colorado became a state in 1876. On Nov. 1, an interim legislative committee voted 12-6 to approve introduction of a bill that would set in motion the chain of events necessary. The legislation will be introduced when […]

Women Call Shots in Colorado Legislature

By: - November 27, 2002

Women have made history at the Colorado State Legislature this year, sweeping four of six top leadership positions, including speaker of the House, Senate majority leader and the minority leader posts in both the Senate and House. Never have so many women wielded so much political power in this state, ending the notion that Colorado’s […]

Colorado Democrats Have a Shot at Breaking GOP Lock

By: - October 3, 2002

From a political standpoint, Colorado Springs and surrounding El Paso County are known around the country for one thing: conservative Republican politics. Lincoln’s Grand Old Party rules the roost in this county, which lies at the base of Pike’s Peak and is home to the U.S. Air Force Academy. The military influence is coupled with […]