Implementation Of Right-To-Die Initiative Is UnderwayCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd reports on the latest from the political world in Colorado.
Colorado's Pot Industry May Be Targeted In Trump AdministrationSome fear the new administration may dismantle the marijuana industry.
Last-Ditch Effort To Prevent Trump From Becoming PresidentTwo presidential electors in Colorado are suing the state and federal court as part of a last-ditch effort to try to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president.
President-Elect Trump Airs Boeing ComplaintsTrump makes deal with Japanese telecom company.
Medical Aid In Dying Close To Becoming A Legal Option In ColoradoColorado's governor has yet to certify the results of last month’s ballot measures, but implementation of one initiative is already underway.
2016 Year In Review: Oh What An Election!Campaign 2016 was unlike any other seen in American history. A businessman took on a Washington insider, both disliked by much of the electorate at large.
Colorado's Pot Industry Could Be Targeted By Trump AdministrationColorado's Marijuana czar says fears that President-Elect Donald Trump will dismantle the state's pot industry are well founded.
21st Century Cures Act Passed By Senate, Moves To Obama's DeskThe U.S. Senate passed a landmark bill on Wednesday to modernize America's biomedical research system thanks to the support of a Colorado Congresswoman.
2 Colorado Electors Sue In Last-Ditch Effort To Prevent Trump PresidencyTwo presidential electors in Colorado are suing the state and federal court as part of a last-ditch effort to try to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president.
2 Colorado Electors Try To Overturn Voting RequirementTwo Colorado electors filed a lawsuit Tuesday to overturn a state law requiring electors to cast their ballots for the presidential candidate who won their state.
DeGette Hopes Biomedical Research Bill Passes SenateThe U.S. House of Representatives has already passed a landmark bill to modernize America's biomedical research system. Now, Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette hopes the bill passes the Senate next week.