Colorado Lawmakers Kill Polar Opposite Budget BillsColorado lawmakers on Tuesday killed two bills that were polar opposites in addressing the state's underfunded roads crisis.
Colorado Roads Debate Still Hanging With Session EndingColorado lawmakers from both parties declared the improvement of the state's 1950s-designed road network a top priority when they convened in January.
Bill Could Set Up Specialty Court For Construction Defect LawsuitsState lawmakers are debating bills on how to find affordable housing in the final days of the legislative session. There are five measures before lawmakers, one could set up a specialty court for construction defect lawsuits.
Mental Health Month Encourages Screening, Early TreatmentColorado Speaker of the House Dickey Lee Hullinghorst read a proclamation at the Capitol on Monday declaring May as Mental Health Month.
Colorado House Debates Late-Session Roads, Schools SpendingWith less than two weeks to go in Colorado's legislative session, the Democrat-led House is debating a proposal to increase state spending on underfunded roads and schools.
Colorado's Budget Settled, But Debate Coming On Taxes, RefundsIt's late in Colorado's legislative session, and next year's budget is settled.
Supreme Court Ruling On Texas Abortion Clinics Could Affect ColoradoThe U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments for a Texas law that would require abortion clinics to have the same standards as surgical centers, among other restrictions. The ruling could have impact in Colorado.
Colorado Republican: Don't Try To Block Obama On Court AppointmentColorado state Sen. Bill Cadman, the top-ranking legislative Republican, said Tuesday the U.S. Senate should not try to stop President Barack Obama from nominating a replacement for Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Colorado Lawmakers Return To Work To Find Cupboards BareIt's going to be a tougher fight than usual for Colorado's 100 state lawmakers who return to work Wednesday.
Colorado Lawmakers Conclude Work With Testing CompromiseColorado lawmakers concluded the 2015 legislative session Wednesday by passing a major education overhaul that reduces student testing statewide, one of several substantial bills they finished hours before they adjourned.
Testing, Police, Pot To Dominate Legislature's Final DaysColorado lawmakers face a chaotic three-day stretch of work before adjourning for the year Wednesday.
After Attack, Colorado Lawmakers Advance Fetal Homicide BillA woman accused of cutting into the belly of an expectant mother to claim the unborn child can't be charged under Colorado law with murder. But Republicans in the state Senate advanced a bill Wednesday aimed at changing that situation.