Lawmaker Wants Third Party Vendors For DMV-Related ServicesUnder a bill at the state Capitol the Division of Motor Vehicles will study how to outsource things like the renewal of driver's licenses and license plates.
Pot Limits For Colorado Tourists Could Be On The Way OutColorado's tourists would be able to buy as much marijuana as residents, if a bill moving through the state Legislature passes.
Colorado Leaders Say EPA Needs To Pay Up, Or ElseSen. Cory Gardner and Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch may introduce a bill to force the EPA to pay full compensation for the Gold King Mine spill in August 2015.
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.
Colorado's Jon Keyser Makes State GOP U.S. Senate PrimaryRepublican U.S. Senate hopeful Jon Keyser will appear on his party's primary ballot after all, a Denver judge ruled Friday.
Plan To Revive Presidential Primaries Clears Hurdle At State CapitolA plan to revive the presidential primaries in Colorado has cleared a big hurdle in the state Legislature.
Colorado House Sends Roads, Schools Spending Bill To SenateA bill to increase investment in Colorado's underfunded roads and schools has passed the House.
Medical Pot-In-Schools Bill Clears Another Legislative HurdleRepublicans and Democrats in Colorado rarely find much common ground on marijuana issues, but on Thursday both parties found an issue they both fully support.
Presidential Primaries For 2020 Approved In Colorado HouseA plan to revive the presidential primaries in Colorado has cleared a big hurdle in the state Legislature.
Colorado's Blaha, Frazier Fail To Make GOP U.S. Senate PrimaryRobert Blaha, who invested $1 million of his own money for the chance to challenge Sen. Michael Bennet, and Ryan Frazier failed to gather enough voter signatures to make the Republican primary ballot, the state's top elections official said.
Lawmakers Work To Protect Children Who Can Die From Eating Wrong FoodsAbout 200 kids in Colorado have a potentially life threatening allergy to protein.
Some Are Unhappy With EPA Payment Plans For Mine Waste SpillSouthwestern Colorado officials are unhappy the Environmental Protection Agency won't pay their county for future water monitoring and other expected expenses related to a mine waste spill the EPA accidentally triggered.

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