Sponsor Says King Soopers, Safeway Holding Out On Beer Bill CompromiseA state Senate committee came up with a compromise in the fight to get full-strength beer and liquor into more Colorado grocery stores, but it looks like some grocery stores won't support it.
Compromise Allows Full-Strength Beer, Liquor To Be Sold In Grocery StoresA compromise is in the works that would allow full-strength beer and liquor to be sold in Colorado grocery stores.
Colorado Loses State Supreme Court Case Over Oil & Gas TaxesThe State of Colorado may have to come up with hundreds of millions of dollars by next week to pay the Oil & Gas Industry because the state lost an important case at the Colorado Supreme Court.
Republican-Controlled Senate Passes Bill That Helps Gay CouplesThe bill addresses situations where a couple got a civil union license and then later got a marriage license after the U.S. Supreme Court decision last year.
Gay Conversion Therapy Ban Dies In Colorado SenateColorado is not joining at least six states that ban or limit psychotherapy which seeks to change the sexual orientation of minors.
Controversial Bill Would Get Rid Of Mandatory Minimum SentencesA bill making its way through the state capitol would get rid of almost all mandatory minimum sentences.
Colorado Approves Letting State Keep Pot TaxesColorado voters have agreed to allow the state to keep $66 million worth of marijuana taxes despite an accounting error that could have forced the government to refund the money to taxpayers and pot growers.
Marijuana Tax Headlines Colorado's Off-Year ElectionsColorado is voting Tuesday on state marijuana taxes and local issues that include a hotly contested school board recall in suburban Denver.
Hickenlooper Suggests Cuts To Deal With Budget ShortfallPublic colleges in Colorado face funding cuts and the state needs to dip into to its rainy day fund for schools to close a $373 million shortfall in next year's budget.
Colorado Asks Voters To Reshuffle Spending Of New Pot TaxesThe only statewide ballot question in Colorado next week seems like a no-brainer: Should the state keep $66 million in marijuana taxes it has already collected to spend on schools and drug-abuse prevention?
Gov. John Hickenlooper Signs Bill Asking For Pot Tax Do-OverColorado voters will be asked in November whether the state should stand by the decision to use marijuana tax profits for school construction and other programs, under legislation signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday.
Fetal Homicide Bill Approved By Senate, But Prospects DimColorado's Republican Senate approved a bill Monday creating a new crime of fetal homicide, a measure proposed in response to an attack on a pregnant woman last month in Longmont.