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,
Hickenlooper May Ask For One-Third Cut In CO2 PollutionGov. John Hickenlooper may ask for a one-third cut in greenhouse gas pollution from power plants.
Session Ending: Big Ticket Issues Fall Apart, But Grocery Beer Bill Still AliveCompromises on many big issues are falling apart as the legislature heads into its final hours, and the decisions will soon fall on the voters in November.
Clean Air Funding Tussle Dominates Colorado Senate Budget DebateA partisan tussle over the Obama administration's stalled clean power plan dominated early debate as Colorado's Republican-led Senate on Wednesday considered a $27 billion state budget.
Colorado Closer To Ordering New Health Exchange ReviewColorado lawmakers changed course Wednesday and moved toward giving the state's health insurance exchange its deepest review yet.
Colorado Budget Finalized, Heads To HickenlooperLawmakers approved a $23 billion budget for Colorado next year, sending to the governor a spending plan that increases money for public schools, colleges, and funds an aerial firefighting fleet.
‘Endangered’ Mouse Could Delay Flood Recovery The Federal Emergency Management Agency is warning that many flood repair projects could be delayed because they are in an endangered mouse’s habitat.
Colorado Flooding Legislation Begins To Emerge Destruction from September's Colorado floods is prompting proposals that state lawmakers say are aimed at removing bureaucratic obstacles to expedite rebuilding efforts.
Hickenlooper Signs Divisive Bills On Energy, LaborA flurry of final bill signings from Colorado's Democratic governor Wednesday included divisive measures on renewable energy and labor rights.