Parents of students at a school in Douglas County are upset because they believe their children are being punished for their decision to opt their children out of state testing.
Colorado lawmakers started work Monday on one of the thorniest problems of the annual lawmaking session – changes to the slate of standardized tests required in public schools.
Colorado Republicans advanced one of their last efforts to repeal recent gun control laws Monday, approving a bill to undo a 15-round limit on ammunition magazines even though it faces certain death in the Democrat-controlled House.
A state lawmaker says it’s time Colorado stopped jailing children for skipping school.
A Colorado plan to set up the world’s first financial system for marijuana survived less than 24 hours before state lawmakers changed course Thursday night and shelved the idea.
Colorado lawmakers are keeping their special license plates after all. But legislators are working on a fix to ensure they get traffic tickets – the issue that brought the matter up in the first place.
A bill to repeal last year’s restrictions on the size of ammunition magazines in Colorado is up for a vote.
Gun-rights advocates who want to see a repeal of Colorado’s limits on the size of ammunition magazines realize their chances are slim when they go before Democrat-controlled committees next week.
A bill to make sure state lawmakers receive the same kinds of citations as other motorists was amended Thursday and advanced out of the House Committee on Transportation and Energy by an 8-3 vote.
Frustrated by the special treatment afforded state lawmakers due to their unique license plates, Rep. Chris Holbert, R-Parker, is introducing a bill to abolish the plates altogether, a move sparked by a CBS4 investigation.