Rural Colorado Hospitals In Big Trouble If Bill FailsA standoff at the state Capitol is threatening the survival of rural Colorado hospitals.
Crucial Test For Transportation Funding Bill In Colorado SenateA bill that would ask voters to raise Colorado's state sales tax to fund a $3.5 billion transportation bond issue faces a crucial test in the Senate.
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.
Bipartisan Deal At Capitol Will Change Colorado's Housing MarketAfter years of fighting state lawmakers have reached a compromise that will change Colorado's housing market.
Plan To Improve Roads Will Likely Be Decided By VotersAny plan to improve Colorado roads will likely be decided by voters as lawmakers continue to struggle to find a solution for expanding and improving our state's crumbling roads and bridges.
Colorado Lawmakers Take Up 2 Transportation Funding BillsThe Colorado House and Senate have passed similar draft versions of a $26.8 billion budget that, by law, must be balanced.
GOP Bill To Increase Colorado Revenue Faces Tough Test GOP-sponsored measure to allow Colorado to keep more tax revenue for roads, education and health care faced a tough hurdle Monday.
Bill Would Ask Voters For Tax Hike To Pay For RoadsA bill designed to improve Colorado's roads will ask voters to approve a tax increase. The money would pay for transportation projects needed across the state.
Colorado Dems Reintroduce Old Idea On Transportation FundingColorado's Democratic House leadership says any effort to create a permanent funding source for the state's roads must not affect education spending.
Girls & STEM Celebrated At Colorado CapitolAbout 100 middle and high school age girls who participate in STEM programs were honored at the State Capitol.
Hickenlooper Reaffirms Commitment To Health Care Exchange In State Of State AddressColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper presented his annual State of the State address to yet another split Legislature on Wednesday.
New Issues Brought Up On First Day Of Colorado's 2017 Legislative SessionIt was a historic opening day of the 2017 legislative session as Rep. Crisanta Duran, D-Denver became the first Latina speaker of the House in Colorado.