State House Wants $50M To Amp Up School SecurityColorado Republicans in the House of Representatives are trying to make our students safer by requesting $50 million to help with school security.
Lawmakers Debate Bill To Curb Teens Texting While DrivingSome state lawmakers are trying to keep teenage drivers from being distracted while behind the wheel.
State Lawmaker Earns Praise From Trump For Plan To Arm TeachersPresident Trump praises a Columbine survivor-turned-state lawmaker for his plan to arm teachers.
State Gun Bills Prompt Hundreds To Testify Following School ShootingHundreds of people testify on gun bills at the state capitol, including survivors of Colorado's mass shootings and family members of those killed in them.
Colorado Considers 'Purple Card' As Its Own Version Of The 'Green Card'Colorado would have it's own version of a "green card" under legislation at the state capitol.
State Lawmakers Consider Plastic Bag FeeState lawmakers are considering a bill aimed at charging more for plastic bags.
Colorado Lawmakers Pledge Zero Tolerance Of HarassmentColorado lawmakers started their new legislative session Wednesday amid tension over unresolved sexual misconduct allegations against some of their colleagues, including one case in which a female lawmaker maintains she felt threatened after rejecting the sexual advances of a fellow Democratic lawmaker.
Could The Special Session Be A Bust?Republican leaders at the state Capitol are not on board with Gov. John Hickenlooper's call for a special session.
With Little Wiggle Room, Colorado House Debates Tight BudgetColorado's Democrat-led House is debating a $26.8 billion budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1 with little leeway for substantial changes.
Lawmakers Honor The Sacrifice Of State Troopers KilledColorado lawmakers are honoring the sacrifice of two state troopers killed in the line of duty on Friday.
Colorado House OK's Resolution On Travel BanPresident Donald Trump's immigration restrictions have spilled into Colorado's Legislature, with the Democrat-led House approving a symbolic measure urging its repeal.
Highways Top Legislative Talk, But Agreement ElusiveThere's no debate — Colorado needs a big plan to pay for billions in needed highway upgrades.