A bill to allow civil unions for gay couples in Colorado must survive two more votes in the Republican-led House before it gets to the governor’s desk, but it appears closer than in any other year to becoming law.
Colorado lawmakers are closer to erasing strict zero-tolerance policies for school discipline adopted after the Columbine High School shootings.
A state lawmaker has introduced a controversial bill that takes a charging decision out of the hands of prosecutors.
Republican state Rep. B.J. Nikkel of Loveland says she won’t seek re-election this fall.
A Colorado panel is discussing changes to post-Columbine school disciplinary policies to give education officials more discretion over expulsions and police referrals.
Legislators are analyzing how Colorado schools punish students in order to determine whether changes are needed to policies.
State lawmakers are planning to review the state’s school and law enforcement disciplinary procedures for juveniles.
Colorado lawmakers are plowing ahead with plans to debate congressional redistricting, despite a lack of agreement on how they will handle it.