New Organ Donor Support Act Brings Hope To ThousandsColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper held had a ceremonial signing for a new law that could potentially save lives.
Lawmakers Spend Late Night At Capitol In Last Day Of SessionAs state lawmakers wrap up one of the strangest legislative sessions in recent memory, they are taking it down to the wire on some significant issues.
Lawmaker Pushes Bill To Help Children Suffering From Mental IllnessThe state legislature will wrap up the 2018 session Wednesday. Among the issues getting a lot of attention this year was mental illness.
'Red Flag' Bill In Honor Of Fallen Deputy Fails On Party Line VoteA bill meant to keep guns out of the hands of those who are mentally unstable failed at the State Capitol on a party line vote.
Business Owner 'Insanely Frustrated' With Transportation BillMaybe no one understands the sorry state of Colorado's roads more than business owners like Jeff Cummings with Duffy Crane and Hauling.
Teenager Shares Story Of Early Intervention On Mental Health IssuesColorado leaders are coming together to help Coloradans who deal with mental health issues as part of Mental Health Month.
Mother Fights For Opioid Addiction Treatment: 'He's Gone Forever'A mother whose son died of a drug overdose is pleading with lawmakers to pass a bill that she says could have saved his life.
Bill To Take Firearms Away Temporarily From Mentally Unstable Draws SupportA Douglas County deputy who was killed in the line of duty now has legislation named in his memory.
Bill Sparks Heated Debate Over College Sexual Assault InvestigationsFive years after Jessica Higgins was raped, she is speaking out at the State Capitol as lawmakers take a up a bill that spells out how college campuses will investigate sexual assaults.
Immigrant Groups Rally For 'Virginia's Bill'State lawmakers worked on another effort that focuses on where and how Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers can arrest undocumented immigrants.
Seasonal Industries Push For 'Purple Card' At State CapitolColorado is unlikely to pass the state’s own version of a "green card," but lawmakers will debate it in the aftermath of repeated failures in Washington to address immigration reform.
Prisoner Transfer Bill Signed Into LawA bill has been signed into law that will now require the Colorado Department of Corrections to reveal to crime victims and their families where the perpetrators are being held.