May 1 is an historic day in Colorado but it will likely go down in history as the predecessor to an even greater moment in civil rights history.
A landmark case on the education system in Colorado is being heard by the state supreme court. It involves a lawsuit in which a lower court found the system is severely underfunded.
A task force created by Gov. John Hickenlooper has concluded that Colorado needs an overhaul of its constitutional and tax policies.
Even though some Colorado lawmakers don’t agree, Colorado voters should have every right to “weigh in” on constitutional rights, since we seem to not have a problem creating them or taking them away.
Police in Denver initially said they thought that as a lawmaker Rep. Laura Bradford was entitled to a certain level of immunity. Why is there legislative privilege? Watch Alan Gionet’s Good Question report.
An opponent of hydraulic fracturing south of Denver is leading an effort to have voters decide on two proposals that critics say would change the way Colorado has handled water rights since 1876.
Three civil liberties organizations have filed a lawsuit challenging a school voucher plan adopted by the Douglas County School District.
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.
A same-sex civil unions bill expected before the Colorado Senate has both sides ready for a long debate.
A proposal to make it harder to change the Colorado Constitution cleared its second big test Friday when the House signed off on the idea.