Colorado lawmakers are hoping a new measure signed into law this year will help eliminate what one state senator calls “gypsy cops,” who are fired or forced to resign by one police department but quickly catch on with another department.
Researchers say a new study shows a clear link between some widely used heartburn medicines and heart attack risk.
Lawmakers pulled a confusing move over body cameras on Friday. A state Senate committee killed a bill that could provide more cameras but then immediately had a change of heart.
A Colorado Senate panel rejected a bill Friday calling for expanded use of body cameras by police officers despite its bipartisan support and backing of law enforcement.
In Colorado, couples can get married with only one of the parties present for the occasion, a holdover from the Vietnam War that allowed soldiers to marry their sweethearts while deployed.
Three bills aimed at increasing oversight on Colorado law enforcement, including expanding the use of body cameras, have advanced in the state Senate.
Colorado’s plan for meeting new EPA rules for carbon pollution is already under scrutiny and it’s not even written yet.
Colorado legislators gave initial approval Wednesday to three bills designed to increase oversight on law enforcement after high-profile cases alleging excessive force in the state and nationwide.
Senate Republicans voted to undo new Colorado background checks for firearm sales conducted online and between private sellers, but their repeal is expected to hit a wall in the House.
Senate Republicans voted to undo new Colorado background checks for gun purchases between private sellers conducted online and in person, but their repeal is expected to hit a wall in the House.