No Majority Changes In Colorado LegislatureColorado's state legislature will stay split, with Republicans maintaining control of the Senate and Democrats retaining their House majority.
Feds Send Warning To Colorado Lawmakers Regarding Standardized TestingColorado lawmakers got a warning from the federal government about a bill that would keep Colorado parents, teachers and schools from being penalized for opting children out of standardized testing.
Students Can Be Awarded Trophies For Academic SuccessMost schools have trophy cases filled with trophies that celebrate athletic victories, basketball, football, baseball, etc. Now you'll soon find state championship trophies for academics.
Colorado Lawmakers Shy Away From Pot BankA Colorado plan to set up the world's first financial system for marijuana survived less than 24 hours before state lawmakers changed course Thursday night and shelved the idea.
Leadership Shakeup Hits GOP In Colorado HouseRepublicans in the Colorado House are seeing a leadership shakeup after simmering tensions within the party.
More DNA Sampling Passes Colorado House, Heads To SenateAn expansion of DNA collection for some misdemeanor convictions has passed the Colorado House.
Immigrant Tuition Hits Farthest Point In ColoradoIllegal immigrants are closer to receiving in-state tuition with a bill that's made it to the farthest point in the Colorado Legislature since it was first introduced 10 years ago.
Lawmaker Wants Craft Beer In Grocery, Convenience StoresA Colorado lawmaker wants grocers to be able to sell craft brews, but not everyone thinks it will help business as some craft brewers do not want the law to pass.
Supporters Of Both Sides Pack Civil Union Hearing At CapitolTestimony at the state Capitol continued for hours Wednesday afternoon over a controversial civil union bill being debated in the Colorado Senate.