Colorado National Monuments Could Lose Special StatusPresident Trump is expected to sign an executive order Wednesday.
Breakthrough On Changing Law On Construction DefectsA bill passed that lawmakers say will help jumpstart Colorado's sleepy condo market.
Bill Boosts Computer Science Education In Public SchoolsStudents and teachers from St. Vrain Valley School District helped pass the bill.
Lawmakers Approve Bill For Steeper Texting & Driving PenaltiesGet caught texting and driving and it's about to cost you a lot more.
Construction Defects Bill Passes House, Expected To Pass SenateThere's been a breakthrough on changing the law on construction defects in Colorado.
Lawmakers Approve Texting & Driving Penalty IncreaseColorado lawmakers have approved a bill that would raise the penalties for texting and driving.
Younger Colorado Legislature? Change Wins Preliminary OKColorado may ask voters again whether 21-year-olds should be able to serve in the state Legislature.
Electronic Records Bill Gets Colorado House HearingA bill to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act gets its first hearing in the Democrat-led House Monday, with Democrats pushing for a measure that presumes the public is entitled to access government records in ways that can be analyzed by computer.
Bipartisan Deal At Capitol Will Change Colorado's Housing MarketAfter years of fighting state lawmakers have reached a compromise that will change Colorado's housing market.
Colorado To Tighten Petition Verification For CandidatesColorado is tightening requirements for the petitions gathered by would-be political candidates.
ACLU, Police Agree On Denver's Sanctuary City PolicySome American Civil Liberties Union supporters find themselves in an awkward place – agreeing with the Denver Police Department. At least when it comes to the policy to not aid federal authorities arresting undocumented immigrants.