"It's just one more example of government overreach, meaning well and trying to address some of the issues, but the result is we make life harder for law-abiding citizens," said State Sen. Owen Hill, R-Colorado Springs. "And we don't do anything to solve the crime, which is bad people with guns.
People in both parties marvel at how quickly he’s matured into a leader in the statehouse. He needs to turn respect under the Gold Dome in Denver into primary votes in Colorado Springs in June to unseat incumbent U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn.
Republican congressional candidate Owen Hill is accepting campaign contributions in bitcoin — to encourage participation in his race by the widest possible audience, the Colorado Springs state senator said Wednesday.
Hill could see his high-profile schoolwork lift him over incumbent U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn in the GOP primary next June.
Keith King served in the Colorado Legislature with Owen Hill. He speaks of Owen's ability to create new ideas and come up with better ways to serve this district.
Calandra Vargas endorses Owen Hill for Congress. Calandra is well known for her leadership in El Paso County politics, her campaign for CD5 last cycle, and her overall involvement showing up well in our community.
This year, our remembrance of 9/11 comes when we as a nation stare down significant turmoil at home and abroad.
After 54 years of "silliness," switchblades are again legal in Colorado, and knife rights activists are cheering.
"Today we celebrate a sharper future in Colorado," said Doug Ritter, chairman of Knife Rights - motto: "A Sharper Future" - at a press conference Wednesday at a knife factory in Golden.
Ritter, whose organization is dedicated to repealing bans on switchblades and other automatic knives, was on hand to thank state Sen. Owen Hill, R-Colorado Springs, and state Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, for sponsoring legislation that overturned Colorado's ban, in effect since 1963. The law passed by wide margins in the legislature and took effect Wednesday.