Bipartisan Deal At Capitol Will Change Colorado's Housing MarketAfter years of fighting state lawmakers have reached a compromise that will change Colorado's housing market.
Colorado To Tighten Petition Verification For CandidatesColorado is tightening requirements for the petitions gathered by would-be political candidates.
ACLU, Police Agree On Denver's Sanctuary City PolicySome American Civil Liberties Union supporters find themselves in an awkward place – agreeing with the Denver Police Department. At least when it comes to the policy to not aid federal authorities arresting undocumented immigrants.
Lawmakers Reach Compromise On Sexting BillState lawmakers have reached a compromise on a bill that makes consensual sexting by teenagers a civil infraction. Currently underage sexting is a felony.
Plan To Improve Roads Will Likely Be Decided By VotersAny plan to improve Colorado roads will likely be decided by voters as lawmakers continue to struggle to find a solution for expanding and improving our state's crumbling roads and bridges.
Fight Over Oil & Gas Eminent Domain Bill OngoingOil and gas companies in Colorado are using a familiar tactic -- eminent domain -- to acquire mineral rights from homeowners and drill beneath homes.
Colorado Bills To Fund Roads, Rural Hospitals LanguishThey said it wouldn't be easy and it certainly has not been this week as bills to modernize Colorado's aging road network and support rural hospitals languish in the state Legislature.
Colorado House Lawmakers: Deal On Bill To Spur CondosColorado House lawmakers said Wednesday they've reached a bipartisan deal to help address the state's pent-up demand for more housing, particularly multifamily condominium developments.
Lawmaker's Son Inspires Suicide Prevention BillA bill before state lawmakers would allow middle school students to seek mental health therapy without their parents' permission.
Group Helps Improve Internet For Lawmakers To Stay ConnectedOne group in Colorado is hoping to make sure everyone is easily connected to what's happening at the state Capitol, regardless of where they live across the state.
Colorado Mother Held In Texas, On The Verge Of DeportationA Colorado mother is being held at a facility in El Paso, Texas, and she could be deported anytime.
Supreme Court, Including Gorsuch, To Hear Church-State CaseJustice Neil Gorsuch's first week on the Supreme Court bench features an important case about the separation of church and state that has its roots on a Midwestern church playground. The outcome could make it easier to use state money to pay for private, religious schooling in many states.