GOP Bill To Increase Colorado Revenue Faces Tough Test GOP-sponsored measure to allow Colorado to keep more tax revenue for roads, education and health care faced a tough hurdle Monday.
Debate At Capitol Surrounds Marijuana Home Delivery BillThere is a lot of debate going on at Colorado's capitol over whether marijuana businesses should be allowed to do deliveries of pot to people's homes.
Group Calls For Changes To Colorado Policies That Affect FamiliesA number of family oriented groups and lawmakers gathered at Colorado's capitol to push their agenda of "fighting for families."
Colorado Electronic Open Records Bill Gets Another HearingA bill to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act is being considered by a Senate committee that killed the idea over security concerns last year.
Colorado Lawmakers Make New Push For Construction Litigation ReformsDevelopers say state laws have made it too easy for condo owners to file lawsuits, which has driven builders out of the state. Some lawmakers are trying to change that.
Bill Designed To Save Lives Of Children, Pets Moves ForwardA bill designed to save the lives of children and pets moves forward at the state Capitol. The measure would give immunity to Good Samaritans who break into a stranger's vehicle to save a child or pet.
Colorado Moves Toward Front Range Rail StudyPassenger rail service along Interstate 25 in Colorado? The state may be looking into the idea more carefully under a bill that passed the state Senate Thursday.
Bill Would Allow Crime Victims To Sue Sanctuary CitiesA bill being considered in the Colorado legislature this week would allow victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants in designated sanctuary cities to hold criminally liable those cities and their politicians who don't enforce immigration laws.
Bill Would Make Oil & Gas Pipeline Tampering A FelonyColorado lawmakers are debating a bill this week that would make tampering with oil and gas pipelines a felony.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider Tougher Texting & Driving PenaltiesColorado lawmakers are considering a bill that would make the penalties for texting and driving tougher.
Tired Of Online Ticket 'Convenience Fees?' So Is A Colorado LawmakerA Colorado lawmaker says ticketing agencies are "sticking it to consumers" with convenience fees and he plans to eliminate those fees.
Colorado House OK's Resolution On Travel BanPresident Donald Trump's immigration restrictions have spilled into Colorado's Legislature, with the Democrat-led House approving a symbolic measure urging its repeal.

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