Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed legislation that reroutes part of a $54 million annual ratepayer subsidy to telecom companies into a broadband fund to provide service in rural areas.
Insurance fraud is getting to be an even bigger problem. Colorado has no crime of insurance fraud, but that could soon change.
State lawmakers took up a bill Tuesday that would help homeowners who have fallen behind on their homeowners association dues.
A labor question that threatens to fracture Colorado Democrats moved closer to a possible collision Monday, when a Democratic House committee voted to move ahead with a measure to expand labor rights for firefighters.
A Colorado requirement that local law enforcement report suspected illegal immigrants to federal authorities moved closer Friday to coming off the books. The Democratic House gave preliminary approval to repealing the 2006 law.
The Colorado House passed a proposal Friday allowing students who entered the U.S. illegally to pay lower college tuition, sending the bill to Gov. John Hickenlooper, who is expected to sign it.
A man who spent nearly two decades behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit could get some compensation from the State of Colorado.
There is now a push from some Colorado lawmakers to keep employers or potential employers from accessing social media accounts.
An effort is under way to change Colorado law and make it so that people who wrongfully imprisoned get adequately compensated for the time they had to spend behind bars.
Sloppy accounting and staff turnover caused a $32.4 million miscalculation at Colorado’s Division of Wildlife, according to a state audit presented to lawmakers Monday.