Transportation Bill For More Funding Advances In Colorado LegislatureColorado's Senate has tentatively approved a bill to ask voters to let the state issue $3.5 billion in bonds for roads projects.
'R' Word Banned From State Statutes On World Down Syndrome DayThe governor signed an act that will strip the word demeaning people with Down syndrome and other mental disabilities and conditions, removing its appearance in hundreds of statutes.
Bill To Ban Conversion Therapy Passes House Committee Along Party LinesA bill to ban conversion therapy narrowly passed out of the Public Health Care and Human Services Committee 7-6, a passing vote but with a clear divide among party lines.
Report: Emails Warn Colorado Capitol Workers To Avoid PressThe nonpartisan administrator of Colorado's state Senate has warned staff, aides and interns that policy forbids them from speaking to journalists about workplace issues — including sexual harassment.
Recovering Opioid Addict Testifies For Coloradans 'Left Behind'A Colorado state lawmaker's mother gives powerful testimony about the cost of opioid addiction as her daughter introduces legislation aimed at saving the lives of those addicted.
Bill For Patients With Rare Conditions Fights 'A Huge Problem'Colorado legislators debated on a bill that would help about 7,000 Coloradans with rare medical conditions.
Democrats Push To Expel Senator Accused Of Sexual MisconductColorado Democrats on Wednesday urged Republicans who control the state Senate to allow debate on a resolution to expel GOP Sen. Randy Baumgardner, who was investigated on sexual misconduct allegations.
'This Is Life & Death': Bill Aims To Battle Prescription Price GougingEscalating prescription drug prices have grabbed the attention of state lawmakers.
Ex-Treasurer Kennedy Tops Non-Binding Colorado Democratic Caucus VoteDemocratic voters attending Colorado's non-binding party caucuses selected former state treasurer Cary Kennedy as their top choice for governor.
Lawmakers Debate Tougher Penalties For 'Swatting' CallsState lawmakers are calling for a crackdown on "swatters" who are known to call 911 with fake emergencies, prompting SWAT teams to respond.
Colorado Lawmakers Expel One Of Their Own For First Time In Over A CenturyThe state House of Representatives expelled state Rep. Steve Lebsock, accused of sexual misconduct, in a Friday afternoon vote.
Lawmakers May Vote To Expel Rep. Steve Lebsock Over Sexual Misconduct AllegationsRep. Lebsock has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing in connection with formal sexual harassment complaints.