Senate Panel Kills 21st Century Open Records BillA Republican-led state Senate committee has voted to defeat a bill to modernize Colorado's open records law.
Appeals Court Rules Teachers Sick Leave Records Are PublicThe Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled that a public school teacher's sick leave records are not part of a teacher's confidential personnel file and must be disclosed to the public, if requested.
Drone Surveillance Bill Still Alive In Colorado StatehouseColorado lawmakers are scrambling to find agreement on a bill to limit drone surveillance.
Gun Control Tough Topic For Colorado LawmakersGun control is expected to be a heated topic at the Colorado Legislature in the coming months, and legislative leaders have indicated that it will be difficult to find common ground.
Hickenlooper, Lawmakers Give Session PreviewColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and legislative leaders will be giving a preview of what to expect at the session that begins next month.
Hickenlooper: Rural Lawmakers' Pay Hike Is RightGov. John Hickenlooper says a scheduled $33 daily pay hike for rural lawmakers is "the right thing to do," even though it's politically unpopular.
Hickenlooper To Address Colorado PublishersColorado's governor is talking to newspaper publishers and top editors in an annual reception for the Colorado Press Association.
Bill Repealing Colorado Criminal Libel Moves ForwardColorado senators gave the first approval to a bill that would repeal the state's criminal libel law.
Colorado Governor, Lawmakers Discuss Upcoming SessionColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and leaders from the Legislature will be talking about the upcoming 2012 session.
Lafayette Vote To Decide Printed Legal NoticesVoters in Lafayette will decide whether newspaper legal notices should be cut back to save money.