Colorado Weighs Strategy For Guarding Against Pot CrackdownColorado is considering an unusual strategy to protect its nascent marijuana industry from a potential federal crackdown, even at the expense of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax collections.
Colorado Senate OKs Bill Raising Penalties For Texting While DrivingColorado's Senate has passed a bill to increase the penalty for texting while driving from $50 to $300.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider Tougher Texting & Driving PenaltiesColorado lawmakers are considering a bill that would make the penalties for texting and driving tougher.
Bill Could Increase Penalty For Texting & DrivingState lawmakers say the dangerous problem of texting and driving is getting worse despite the fact that it's illegal in Colorado. Now legislators want to increase the penalties for the crime.
Colorado GOP Launches Campaign Against Insurance ExchangeColorado Republicans launch their opening attack on the health insurance exchange Tuesday.
Colorado Considers Medically Assisted Suicide MeasureLast February, state Rep. Lois Court tearfully withdrew a bill to let terminally ill people end their own lives, conceding that it didn't have enough votes to pass the Democrat-led House this election year.
Colorado Right-To-Die Bill Fails, Sponsors: Not Enough VotesThe House sponsors of a Colorado right-to-die bill have withdrawn their legislation, conceding they didn't have the votes for it to pass this election year.
Colorado Right-To-Die Backers Try Again Before House PanelSupporters of a Colorado right-to-die bill hope to overcome a defeat in a GOP-led state Senate committee by urging a Democrat-led House panel Thursday to provide a legal option for the terminally ill to end their lives.
Colorado Right-To-Die Bill Rejected By State Senate PanelA committee in Colorado's Republican-controlled Senate has rejected a right-to-die bill following hours of emotional testimony from dozens of citizens, many of whom want another option to end their lives on their own terms.
Colorado Takes On Right-To-Die Legislation Once MoreMichael Merrifield, a Democratic state senator from Colorado Springs, has wanted to sponsor right-to-die legislation since he became a Colorado lawmaker in 2003, two years after his father died an agonizing death from pancreatic cancer. He was discouraged from doing so by party leaders.
Lawmaker Says This Session's 'Right To Die' Bill Will Have Reasonable CompromisesColoradans with terminal illness would have more control over their deaths under legislation being drafted at the state Capitol.
Colorado Lawmakers Introduce Right-To-Die LegislationColorado Democrats unveiled what's sure to be one of the most emotionally charged proposals of the year - legislation to give terminally ill patients the right to choose when they die, with the help of doctor-prescribed medication.