Defense Attorneys Say DAs Using Misinformation To Fight Juvenile Parole BillsSeemingly running out of options, Colorado district attorneys are using over-the-top language to block two bills that are fast-tracking to the governor’s desk.
U.S. Senate Hopeful Blaha Tries To Get Name On Primary BallotRobert Blaha is challenging a finding by Colorado's top elections official, who said the businessman did not collect enough voter signatures to put his name on the ballot for the state's Republican U.S. Senate primary.
State Supreme Court's Fracking Ruling Will Have Dramatic Impact On Limiting EffortsThe Colorado Supreme Court on Monday struck down local hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, bans and moratoriums. The ruling will have a dramatic impact on efforts to limit the controversial method of producing oil and gas.
Mental Health Month Encourages Screening, Early TreatmentColorado Speaker of the House Dickey Lee Hullinghorst read a proclamation at the Capitol on Monday declaring May as Mental Health Month.
Colorado Pot-In-Schools Bill Nearing Governor's DeskColorado schools would be required to allow medical marijuana use under a bill nearing its final vote in the state Legislature.
Future Of Marijuana Smoking Clubs Could Be Decided By VotersThe potential for marijuana social clubs cleared another hurdle in April.
Change To Juvenile Life Sentences Clears Colorado HurdlePeople serving life sentences without parole for crimes they committed as juveniles could eventually be eligible for release under a bill approved by the state Senate Monday.
Recall Petition Continues For Castle Rock MayorThe recall petition for the mayor of Castle Rock will continue after eight protests against the recall were denied. The Castle Rock Town Council must set a recall election according to the town's charter.
Colorado Supreme Court Strikes Down Local Fracking BansThe Colorado Supreme Court has struck down attempts by two cities to ban or delay fracking.
Lawmaker Wants Third Party Vendors For DMV-Related ServicesUnder a bill at the state Capitol the Division of Motor Vehicles will study how to outsource things like the renewal of driver's licenses and license plates.
Pot Limits For Colorado Tourists Could Be On The Way OutColorado's tourists would be able to buy as much marijuana as residents, if a bill moving through the state Legislature passes.
Colorado Leaders Say EPA Needs To Pay Up, Or ElseSen. Cory Gardner and Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch may introduce a bill to force the EPA to pay full compensation for the Gold King Mine spill in August 2015.

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