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.
Governor Shares Concerns About So-Called Purple Card For ColoradoThe purple card would allow anyone who has paid state taxes for at least two years and hasn't had a felony in three years to be eligible for legal status.
Colorado Lawmaker Proposes Renaming Part Of I-25 The 'Barack Obama Highway'If it passes, the portion of I-25 that passes through the city and county of Denver would be renamed after the 44th president of the United States.
Colorado Considers 'Purple Card' As Its Own Version Of The 'Green Card'Colorado would have it's own version of a "green card" under legislation at the state capitol.
'It's Falling Apart': I-70 Project In QuestionThe controversial Central 70 Project in northeast Denver could be in jeopardy.
Colorado Legislative Session Ends With Hard-Fought Wins, Some MissesColorado lawmakers concluded business for the year Wednesday with hard-fought agreements on highways, hospitals and affordable housing — but the split Legislature racked up some misses, too.
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.
Measure Would Require Landlords To Give More Notice Before Raising RentA measure at the Colorado state Capitol would require landlords to provide more notice before raising the rent or ending a lease.
Colorado Public Records Mediation Bill Going To SenateColorado's House has unanimously approved a bill offering mediation to those disputing a denial of a public record request under the Colorado Open Records Act.
Pot Club Showdown Nears Between Gov. Hickenlooper, LawmakersColorado lawmakers are moving closer to a showdown with the governor over pot clubs.
Is It Time To Get Rid Of Daylight Saving Time?After decades of observing Daylight Saving Time, some lawmakers in Colorado have proposed legislation which would take the state one step closer to keeping one year-round time.
Colorado Warms To Pot Clubs, Despite Federal UncertaintyAt risk of raising the ire of the White House, Colorado is on the brink of becoming the first state with licensed pot clubs. But the details of how these clubs will operate are as hazy as the underground clubs operating already.