A gun lobbyist accused of going too far to push his point in Colorado faces an ethics investigation.
A year after Colorado’s worst wildfire season on record, which included a destructive blaze started by the state, Colorado officials said Wednesday they will resume limited preventive burning on state lands.
Colorado lawmakers proposed a plan Monday calling for as much as $20 million a year to attract more tech companies and their high-paying jobs to the state.
Colorado lawmakers are reviewing possible legislation to apply lessons learned from a March wildfire that killed three people and damaged two dozen homes.
Metro State College of Denver is considering a tuition break for undocumented immigrants.
A civil unions proposal is in limbo in Colorado as Democrats pushed to halt a Republican filibuster in the House only to have GOP leaders abruptly stop floor work.
A civil unions bill cleared a key hurdle Tuesday before a decisive debate in the Republican-controlled Colorado House.
With just two days left in the legislative session, a bill that would allow civil unions for gay couples is in jeopardy.
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.
The Colorado state House passed a measure Wednesday morning that would give victims of the Lower North Fork Fire compensation for their losses.