Denver police are apologizing to a Colorado lawmaker, saying they gave the wrong story about her arrest while she was suspected of drunken driving.
A Colorado Republican lawmaker suspected of driving under the influence, whose arrest was spared because of a state law, apologized to her colleagues Monday and said she’s not above the law.
A traffic stop is raising a lot of eyebrows in Denver. A state lawmaker was pulled over and police think she may have been drunk.
State Rep. Laura Bradford has been suspended from her post as chairman of the House Local Government Committee after a traffic stop.
It was a tasty day at the Colorado Capitol as lawmakers gave initial approval to a bill to expand food sales without requiring commercial kitchens.
Colorado Republicans want to eliminate local restrictions they say stifle the sale of beetle-killed timber. But groups representing local governments say there are no such restrictions.
A state lawmaker is considering introducing a bill that would eliminate paying state workers for unused leave and sick time, which could mean a savings of about $367 million.
More than 100 new laws are going into effect in Colorado.
State lawmakers sponsoring a bill that would have made the death of an unborn child as the result of a crime, a homicide regardless of how far along the pregnancy is, have withdrawn their bill.