Rep. Cory Gardner is demanded to know which Colorado political groups were targeted by the Internal Revenue Service hours after President Obama fired the acting chief of the IRS in the midst of a scandal.
Some Colorado schools will be required to provide breakfast to students after the first bell of the day under a proposal being signed into law.
Limits on a Colorado tax credit aimed at spurring economic growth in distressed areas have been put into place.
Farmers and rural lawmakers are continuing to protest in hopes of persuading Colorado’s governor to veto a bill that could increase energy prices in rural Colorado.
A group in Colorado says it’s been unfairly targeted by the Internal Revenue Service, and now the U.S. Department of Justice has opened a criminal investigation into allegations the IRS targeted conservative groups.
The National Transportation Safety Board says thousands of lives would be saved if states lower the blood alcohol limit from the current .08 to .05.
The governor has signed a package of bills revamping Colorado’s child welfare system after criticism over several cases of children who died of abuse or neglect while under some form of state care in recent years.
Colorado authorities will have expanded access to cellphone locations without a warrant in cases of emergencies under a new law.
An expansion of Medicaid eligibility that’s expected to add 160,000 adults to public health care assistance in Colorado is being signed into law Monday.
Shelter dogs and cats are now Colorado’s official state pet.