Colorado House of Representatives

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Colorado House Passes All Proposed Gun Control Bills

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.


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Package Of Gun Control Measures Get Initial Approval In Colorado

After hours of debate Friday night, the Democrat-controlled state House of Representatives gave initial approval to a package of gun control measures.


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Busy Week At Capitol Includes Debates On Social & Gun Issues

It will be a busy week at the state Capitol with plenty of social and gun issues up for debate.


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Former House Speaker Romanoff To Run For Congress

Former Colorado Speaker of the House Andrew Romanoff announced Saturday he will run for the 6th Congressional District seat in 2014.


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Colorado Representatives Get New Chairs For The New Session

A pair of trucks filled with brand new chairs arrived at the state Capitol on Friday.


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Colorado’s New House Speaker Conquered Adversity

Democratic Rep. Mark Ferrandino of Denver is poised to become Colorado’s next House speaker in January.


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Mesa Colorado Legislative Candidate Refuses To Step Down

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.


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Colorado House Approves Tuition Break For Military Kids

Military dependents would get a break on college tuition under a bill that passed the Colorado House unanimously Tuesday.


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House GOP Approve Bill Requiring Photo ID At Polls

Republicans in the Colorado House approved a proposal to ask voters whether people should provide their photo ID before casting ballots.


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Colorado State Employees Closer To New Employment Rules

Colorado voters are closer to being asked whether to change the state constitution to change employment protections for state employees.




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