Drastic Measures Being Taken To Stop Implementation Of Clean Power PlanTensions over President Obama's Clean Power Plan are so high Republicans at the state capitol are taking drastic measures to stop implementation of the plan, after the Supreme Court issued a stay on it.
Denver Commute Times Slightly Longer Than National AverageIt's not in your head — driving to work in the Denver metro area can be a hassle, and people are taking slightly longer to get to their jobs than the national average commute time.
Colorado Lawmakers Start Work On Marijuana Refund ProposalColorado lawmakers started work Wednesday on a proposal to ask voters to keep some $58 million in marijuana tax collections.
Bill To Require Snow Tires Along I-70 Moves Forward In HouseThe bill that would require passenger vehicles to have tires with adequate tread, snow tires or chains on Interstate 70 in the mountains during winter months has advanced in the state House.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider Stricter Snow-Tire RequirementsColorado lawmakers are considering requiring snow tires or chains on noncommercial vehicles at all times during winter and spring months, an attempt reduce accidents and mountain traffic.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider Stricter Snow-Tire RequirementsColorado lawmakers are considering requiring snow tires or chains on noncommercial vehicles at all times during winter and spring months, an attempt reduce accidents and mountain traffic.
Colorado Considers System To Predict Fire, Flood BehaviorThe large, destructive wildfires and major flooding that have ravaged Colorado in recent years often gave responders little warning.
Metro State Approves Tuition For Illegal ImmigrantsMetro State College of Denver trustees passed a plan that gives illegal immigrants a 58 percent tuition break. One state lawmaker said the college may lose funding as a result.
Expansion Of Colorado Energy Office Becomes LawDemocratic Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed a bill expanding the scope of Colorado's energy office to go beyond renewable energy and encourage all sources of energy development.
With 2 Days Left In Session, Civil Unions Bill In JeopardyWith just two days left in the legislative session, a bill that would allow civil unions for gay couples is in jeopardy.
Lawmakers Question Colorado Prison SpendingColorado's inmate population is about the same as it was in 2004. But the proposed budget for the state Department of Corrections is about $150 million higher than it was eight years ago.
Wind Rights Bill Gets Overwhelming Support In ColoradoWind energy is a growing industry in Colorado, and right now landowners can actually sell the rights to the wind above their property. But that may soon change.

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