Lawmakers: Conclusions Shouldn't Be Drawn From Explosion DevelopmentAfter the house explosion in Firestone that prompted company Annadarko to close more than 3,000 vertical wells, CBS4 looked into regulations regarding development and proximity to wells.
'I've Done My Time'; Lawmakers Join Family Fight To Free Colorado InmateA Colorado family's three-year fight to have a convicted felon released from prison is gaining new momentum from state lawmakers.
Initial OK For Colorado Electronic Records Bill In HearingA House committee late Monday approved a bill to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act, with majority Democrats pushing for a measure that presumes the public is entitled to access government records in ways that can be analyzed by computer.
New Colorado Law Calls For State Standard In Computer Science EducationGovernor Hickenlooper signed a bill aimed at boosting computer science education in Colorado’s public schools.
Colorado To Tighten Petition Verification For CandidatesColorado is tightening requirements for the petitions gathered by would-be political candidates.
Fight Over Oil & Gas Eminent Domain Bill OngoingOil and gas companies in Colorado are using a familiar tactic -- eminent domain -- to acquire mineral rights from homeowners and drill beneath homes.
Lawmaker's Son Inspires Suicide Prevention BillA bill before state lawmakers would allow middle school students to seek mental health therapy without their parents' permission.
Lawmakers' Goal: Eliminate '4th DUI Discount' LoopholeA bill under consideration at the Colorado Capitol would close a loophole in a felony DUI law that was passed two years ago.
Colorado Has Backed Off Plans For Marijuana ClubsColorado lawmakers have backed off plans to regulate marijuana clubs, saying the state would invite a federal crackdown by approving Amsterdam-style pot clubs. The state House voted Thursday to amend a bill that would have set rules for how private pot clubs could work.
Colorado Acts To Shield Medical Pot Use While Awaiting TrialMarijuana use won't be banned while people await trial in Colorado. That's according to a new law signed Thursday.
With Little Wiggle Room, Colorado House Debates Tight BudgetColorado's Democrat-led House is debating a $26.8 billion budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1 with little leeway for substantial changes.
Colorado Sticks With Youth Surveys On Drugs, Sex, SuicideColorado lawmakers have changed their minds about funding a teen survey that asks about sex, drugs and suicide.