Former Denver Mayor Webb Scolds Delegates Who Boo-ed SandersThe Colorado delegation gathered for breakfast in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday morning to discuss the roll call.
Despite Clinton Endorsement, Some Colorado Delegates Will Still Vote For SandersBernie Sanders' endorsement of Hillary Clinton is getting a tepid reception among some Colorado delegates.
Hickenlooper Supports Hillary Clinton In CampaignEven though Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has lost seven of the eight primary contests to Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. But because of support from people like Gov. John Hickenlooper, Clinton enjoys a big lead.
Proposed Bill: Oil & Gas Companies Would Be Liable For Earthquake DamageColorado lawmakers are debating a bill that would hold oil and gas companies liable for earthquakes that damage people's homes.
Colorado Lawmaker Wants Columbus Day Renamed StatewideA Colorado lawmaker is working on a bill that would rename Columbus Day "Indigenous People's Day."
Colorado Schools With Native American Mascots To Meet With TribesGov. John Hickenlooper is putting pressure on schools that have mascots that could be considered offensive to Native Americans.
House Advances Bill Protecting Citizen Recordings Of PoliceLaw enforcement could face civil penalties if an officer destroys or seizes someone's recordings of a public incident with a bill that advanced in the Colorado House on Tuesday.
Colorado Weighs 'Homeless Persons' Bill Of Rights' ProposalA Democratic-sponsored proposal would outline rights that homeless people have in public, including the right to move freely without discrimination.
Colorado Considers Marijuana Use By People On ProbationColorado lawmakers started work Thursday on a proposal to allow people on probation or parole to use medical marijuana.
CU Denver Study Calls Homeless Laws Harsh & IneffectiveA study from the University of Colorado Denver states the City of Denver's current homeless laws harsh and ineffective.
Tense Moment During Debate Over Native American Mascots At CapitolColorado lawmakers have advanced legislation to prohibit the use of Native American mascots at schools unless tribes give permission.
Cost To Business, Employees At Center Of Family Leave Act DebateA bill that is designed to help Coloradans who don't qualify for federal paid leave was debated at the state House on Thursday. Supporters claim the bill helps employees but opponents believe it puts too much financial strain on small businesses.