State Supreme Court's Fracking Ruling Will Have Dramatic Impact On Limiting EffortsThe Colorado Supreme Court on Monday struck down local hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, bans and moratoriums. The ruling will have a dramatic impact on efforts to limit the controversial method of producing oil and gas.
Pot Limits For Colorado Tourists Could Be On The Way OutColorado's tourists would be able to buy as much marijuana as residents, if a bill moving through the state Legislature passes.
Proposed Colorado Lieutenant Governor Clears 1st HurdleThe nominee for Colorado's next lieutenant governor sailed through her first legislative test Wednesday, when Democratic health care executive Donna Lynne won bipartisan support in her first confirmation hearing.
Colorado Suspends 911 Rulemaking Amid Safety, Rules DebateColorado utility regulators are postponing a plan to address 911 outages and security by expanding their authority over the emergency calls.
House Rejects Symbolic Measure Opposing Guantanamo DetaineesA symbolic measure in the Colorado Legislature to oppose the potential transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees to Fremont County has failed in the Democratic House.
Colorado To Forecast 2016 Wildfire Season After 2 Mild YearsFirefighters said Tuesday they expect another average or below-average wildfire season in Colorado in 2016, the third mild year in a row.
Red Light Camera Ban Moves Forward At State CapitolThere's another push at the state Capitol to ban red light cameras in Colorado.
Colorado Lawmakers Vote Again To Ban Red Light CamerasColorado lawmakers voted Friday to ban red-light cameras — even though the governor is almost certain to put the brakes on their plan.
Fellow Musicians, Dignitaries Fill Twitter With Tributes To PrinceGov. John Hickenlooper joined thousands who took to social media on Thursday to pay their respects to Prince, who died on Thursday.
Red Light Camera Limits Snag Colorado LawmakersColorado lawmakers are trying again to figure out a new limit on red-light cameras.
Schools With Native American Mascots Making Changes Following ReportColorado schools are making changes to Native American mascots after a report, released Monday, asked them to work with tribes toward a more authentic representation.
Colorado Lawmakers Target Edible Pot In Fruit, Animal ShapesPot-infused lemon drops and other marijuana edibles that resemble fruits could be coming off Colorado shelves, the latest front in a battle by lawmakers to eradicate retail pot products that could appeal to kids.

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