A bill that would make repeat drunk drivers face a tougher punishment has advanced at the state Capitol.
Gay couples are one step closer to having civil unions in Colorado after another Republican-led House committee approved legislation that appears to have enough support to get to the governor’s desk.
Colorado Republicans rejected a measure that would have allowed illegal immigrant students attend state colleges at discounted tuition rates.
Colorado lawmakers are taking up an issue stirring up controversy across the country — requiring welfare recipients to take drug tests.
Colorado politicians are debating big changes to how the state spends taxes as they hunker down into their most pressing problem — another year of dwindling budgets and painful spending cuts.