Colorado lawmakers have delayed voting on a bill to criminalize the use of drones and other technology to monitor or take images of someon
Law enforcement in Colorado are supposed to report crimes that happen at school. But in many cases that’s not happening, and now lawmakers are trying to change that with new bills.
Colorado lawmakers are pushing several bills this year that seek to limit government surveillance — proposals that have gained momentum in the wake of revelations about federal collection of phone and email records.
Republicans in the Colorado House are seeing a leadership shakeup after simmering tensions within the party.
Colorado lawmakers are behind an effort to set restrictions on how long the government can keep surveillance footage.
Cameras seem to follow the every move of Americans these days, but there isn’t a limit on how long the government can keep video. Now one Colorado lawmaker says it’s time there was.
There’s an effort to change Colorado’s law in cases where a driver kills or seriously injures someone. Right now many times the driver is just sentenced to probation. That may soon change.
Every year Colorado’s legislative session starts with promises of bipartisanship and a commitment to work towards common goals for all of Colorado. But often it’s the day the state really starts to see how the parties are divided.