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.
Colorado Bill Restoring Hospital Subsidies AdvancesColorado lawmakers formally launched a rescue mission Friday to spare hospitals in the state severe budget cuts by advancing a bill that features a grab bag of fiscal maneuvers, including raising recreational pot taxes.
Lawmakers: Conclusions Shouldn't Be Drawn From Explosion DevelopmentAfter the house explosion in Firestone that prompted company Annadarko to close more than 3,000 vertical wells, CBS4 looked into regulations regarding development and proximity to wells.
Rural Colorado Hospitals In Big Trouble If Bill FailsA standoff at the state Capitol is threatening the survival of rural Colorado hospitals.
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.
'Ag Day' At State Capitol A Celebration Of Farm BusinessesHundreds gathered at the Colorado state Capitol on Wednesday for Agriculture Day.
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 Make Oil & Gas Pipeline Tampering A FelonyColorado lawmakers are debating a bill this week that would make tampering with oil and gas pipelines a felony.
Some Colorado Lawmakers Make A Push To Use The Popular VoteSome Colorado lawmakers want to change how some states' electoral votes would count in future presidential elections. It would move the country toward a system where whomever wins the most votes nationwide wins the presidency.
As Colorado's New Legislative Session Begins, Many Old Issues RemainThe 2017 legislative session starts Wednesday at the state Capitol and this year's Legislature includes a record number of African-American lawmakers and the state's first Latina speaker of the house.
Colorado's Constitutional Rewrites Are Bitter Ballot IssueA well-funded coalition of Republicans, Democrats, business, energy and agricultural interests is supporting Amendment 71, an initiative that would make it tougher to change Colorado's Constitution,