National Conference of State Legislatures
The matter of civil unions in Colorado will be back on the fast track now that Democrats have taken control of the legislature.
A marijuana blood limit for drivers was rejected Tuesday for a third time in Colorado, as lawmakers from both parties argued about how to fairly gauge whether someone is too stoned to get behind the wheel.
Colorado Republicans rejected a measure that would have allowed illegal immigrant students attend state colleges at discounted tuition rates.
A bill that would allow illegal immigrants in Colorado to attend college at a discounted tuition rate is facing its first test in the state House.
Lawmakers rejected a proposal to ban red-light and speeding cameras in Colorado.
Lawmakers will hear testimony on a bill to prohibit employers from using consumer credit information against potential employees unless they’re applying for a job that involves financial decisions.
Illegal immigrants attending Colorado high schools are waiting to see whether the Legislature will pass a bill allowing them to attend state colleges at tuition rates lower than the out-of-state rates.
Colorado’s top Senate Democrat wants state lawmakers to go without pay and benefits if they can’t agree on a budget, saying his proposal addresses a public perception that legislators bicker too much.
Lawyers for Gov. John Hickenlooper have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging Colorado’s tax and spending limits.
Colorado is turning to business owners to cover interest on a federal loan used to cover unemployment benefits.