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Lawmakers Approve Texting & Driving Penalty IncreaseColorado lawmakers have approved a bill that would raise the penalties for texting and driving.
Bipartisan Deal At Capitol Will Change Colorado's Housing MarketAfter years of fighting state lawmakers have reached a compromise that will change Colorado's housing market.
Colorado To Tighten Petition Verification For CandidatesColorado is tightening requirements for the petitions gathered by would-be political candidates.
Inside A Colorado Pot Club -- A Rare And Endangered SpeciesColorado allows pot clubs, but state lawmakers ultimately decided against a plan to regulate them statewide. Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper warned that passing the measure could invite a federal crackdown.
Colorado House Lawmakers: Deal On Bill To Spur CondosColorado House lawmakers said Wednesday they've reached a bipartisan deal to help address the state's pent-up demand for more housing, particularly multifamily condominium developments.
Colorado Lawmaker Testifies To Keep Son's Killer From Getting New TrialA lawmaker testified on Tuesday trying to keep her son's killer from getting a new trial.
Hickenlooper: Prepare For Fire SeasonAs spring-like temperatures continue along the Front Range, Gov. John Hickenlooper reminds Coloradans to be prepared for fire season.
Colorado Wildland Firefighters Discuss This Summer's OutlookColorado wildland firefighters are preparing to forecast this summer's fire season, and things could look very different on the eastern plains than in the mountains.
New Colorado Law Grants In-State Tuition For Olympians Training HereGov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday signed a bill into law that would allow some of the USA's best athletes to get in-state tuition at Colorado colleges.
Colorado Has Backed Off Plans For Marijuana ClubsColorado lawmakers have backed off plans to regulate marijuana clubs, saying the state would invite a federal crackdown by approving Amsterdam-style pot clubs. The state House voted Thursday to amend a bill that would have set rules for how private pot clubs could work.
Wage Theft In Colorado No Longer A SecretGov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a bill that allows the public to know if an employer steals wages from his or her workers.
New Mexico Wins Chile License Plate RaceNew Mexico gets green light for chile license plates first. Colorado's bill still has to be read and possibly signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper.

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