Colorado House of Representatives
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.
After hours of debate Friday night, the Democrat-controlled state House of Representatives gave initial approval to a package of gun control measures.
It will be a busy week at the state Capitol with plenty of social and gun issues up for debate.
Former Colorado Speaker of the House Andrew Romanoff announced Saturday he will run for the 6th Congressional District seat in 2014.
A pair of trucks filled with brand new chairs arrived at the state Capitol on Friday.
Democratic Rep. Mark Ferrandino of Denver is poised to become Colorado’s next House speaker in January.
A candidate for the Colorado House of Representatives is refusing to step down after admitting mistakes over his job as a police officer and a bankruptcy filing.
Military dependents would get a break on college tuition under a bill that passed the Colorado House unanimously Tuesday.
Republicans in the Colorado House approved a proposal to ask voters whether people should provide their photo ID before casting ballots.
Colorado voters are closer to being asked whether to change the state constitution to change employment protections for state employees.