Statehouse update: Ice, Ice Baby edition

Seven bills we’re tracking are in a legislative deep freeze until the state budget is resolved. But that doesn’t mean politicians are lollygagging. Tons of bills are already dead in the…

Bill would force startups to vet new workers’ immigration status

A new bill in the Colorado statehouse could devastate the local startup and tech sectors. It mirrors legislation authored by U.S. Rep. Lamar Smith. Yes, that Lamar Smith. Of SOPA…

Silicon Flatirons: Highlights of the Digital Broadband Migration Conference

The Internet should be guided by the Prime Directive, so says CU Law Dean Phil…

Statehouse update: Gridlock edition

Right on time! It’s Week Four of the 2012 Colorado legislative session and the wheels of progress are predictably grinding to a slow…

Statehouse update: Lawyers, guns and money edition

Shoot first, ask questions later. That’s apparently the motto of Colorado’s legislature on startup and tech sector issues.…

Jobs, rules and home-baked goods move forward in statehouse

Delicious homemade food ruled the week in the Colorado legislature along with some decidedly more bureaucratic bills to help advance the state’s entrepreneurial…

Augmenting the reality of the economic stimulus

recovery data app

Keeping tabs on government spending is now as easy as taking a leisurely walk down the street. With $5.7 billion awarded to Colorado that’s a lot of moola to…

Startup and tech bills hit Colorado statehouse

Colorado House Chamber

From gun-slinging entrepreneurs to no-fault spaceflights and tax breaks for the creative class, there’s something for everyone in the Colorado legislative session this…