Colorado Oil, Gas Debate Resumes As Task Force Finishes WorkActivists said Tuesday they would try to put a measure on the 2016 ballot to ban hydraulic fracturing in Colorado.
Future Of Fracking Put To Voters In ColoradoThe issue of whether local communities should have more control over fracking seems to be headed to voters on the November ballot.
Hickenlooper Signs Bills Addressing Pot EdiblesA measure to study changes to how marijuana edibles should look has been signed into law in Colorado with the goal of preventing accidental ingestions by children.
Colorado Advances Edible Marijuana RestrictionsA Colorado proposal to widen a ban on certain types of edible marijuana advanced Thursday in the state House amid concerns that it could be too broad.
Dems, GOP Debate Over Health Impacts Of Fracking A debate over the health impacts of fracking is being played out at the state Capitol between Democrats and Republicans.
Hash Oil, Edible Pot Before Colorado LawmakersTwo hot-button marijuana measures dealing with the potency and appearance of edibles will be considered by Colorado lawmakers in the final weeks of the legislative session.
Drilling Health Study Under Review In ColoradoA Colorado proposal to commission a new study about the health effects of drilling on the Front Range sparked strong emotions Thursday in its first legislative hearing.
GOP Pushes For State-Owned Firefighting FleetColorado Republicans want the state to buy an aerial firefighting fleet to help combat wildfires, but it's an idea Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper does not support.
Colorado Lawmaker Says Falsifying Drug Tests Should Be IllegalA recent accident has inspired a Colorado lawmaker to advocate making it illegal to falsify drug tests.
Records Show Dangerous Parolees Downgraded Due To Budget IssuesDespite vehement denials by the Colorado Department of Parole, a CBS4 investigation has turned up numerous state records that show dangerous parolees were either removed from intensive supervised parole in the last five years or never placed on it in the first place due to budget squeezes.
New Laws Aim To Speed Up Processing Of Rape EvidenceLawmakers in both Washington, DC and Colorado have passed new laws aimed at putting rapists behind bars. The laws speed up the processing of evidence collected in rapes.
Colorado Lawmakers Wrap Up Weighty TermColorado lawmakers were closing a contentious and weighty term Wednesday with big decisions settled on gun control to immigration to marijuana. But the 120-day session didn't end without a dose of partisan sniping and a few big ideas left on the table.