Among the things that will be keeping Colorado lawmakers busy this week are budget wrangling, voting and photo identification, juvenile shackling and free park adminssion for veterans.
The Senate voted 35-0 Friday to require a new statewide standard for gathering evidence from eyewitnesses. The measure now heads to the House.
The Colorado Legislature moved closer Thursday to a partisan showdown over granting driver’s licenses to immigrants in the country illegally.
One-fourth of the 2015 legislative session is in the books, meaning the niceties are over and longer days await lawmakers.
Dozens of people testified to a Colorado house committee on Friday during the first hearing of a bill some state lawmakers call “the Death with Dignity Act.”
Efforts to repeal part of a law that will allow only low-flow toilets to be sold in Colorado starting next year has failed.
Colorado state lawmakers have returned to the issue of gun control again with seven weapons bills being introduced at the Capitol on Monday.
Republicans now have control of the Senate and a larger share of the House. Seven gun bills are up for hearings Monday afternoon.
Welfare money or food stamps for marijuana? It’s an urban legend that won’t go away in Colorado, and state lawmakers this year are poised to pass a law clarifying that public benefit cards can’t be used at dispensary ATMs.
A state representative wants to repeal part of a new state law that prevents the sale of any plumbing fixture that’s not water efficient starting next year.