Fiercely debated ammunition limits have cleared Colorado’s Democratic Legislature and are on their way to the governor, who has said he’ll sign the measure into law.
New ammunition limits and universal background checks passed the Colorado House on Monday, during a second day of emotional debates that has drawn attention from the White House as lawmakers try to address recent mass shootings.
Sixteen-year-olds could get their driver’s licenses and register to vote at the same time under a new bill at the state Capitol.
Colorado lawmakers want to drastically change a ratepayer subsidy for telephone providers that once supported underserved areas but that now, critics say, is being wasted on places with plenty of consumer options.
A bill to upgrade the state’s telecommunications industry appears to have lots support on both sides of the party line.
After touching testimony from Colorado’s governor about his boyhood struggles with dyslexia, a legislative committee signed off Monday on a proposal to recommend flunking young kids who fall far behind on reading.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper asked for the resignation of three members of the state’s gaming commission over their decision to give casinos a tax break.
Colorado lawmakers from both parties seemed unusually united earlier this year on a plan to rein in the state’s free-wheeling constitutional amendment process.