A man accused of threatening a state lawmaker over her stance on gun control entered a not guilty plea on Monday.
Most of Colorado’s elected sheriffs are trying to strike new gun restrictions with a federal lawsuit against the state that argues the laws violate the right to bear arms.
There’s been a 30-day delay in the case of a man accused of threatening a state lawmaker.
According to David Kopel, a constitutional law professor at the University of Denver, background checks violate the U.S. Constitution.
A long-simmering marijuana driving debate in Colorado appears to be nearing an end. The state House gave unanimous approval Tuesday to a bill setting pot blood limits for drivers.
On Wednesday Republicans and Democrats at the state Capitol joined forces to announce a package of bills that they say will protect consumers from their HOAs.
The death penalty is staying in Colorado at least for another year. That’s after a state House committee shelved the lone remaining bill that could lead to repealing the punishment.
Colorado’s governor signed bills Wednesday that place new restrictions on firearms, signaling a change for Democrats who have traditionally shied away from gun control in a state with a pioneer tradition of gun ownership and self-reliance.
Colorado’s debate over repealing the death penalty will stay on hold, for now, after a state House committee decided Wednesday to delay a ballot measure on doing away with the punishment.
State lawmakers are in a state of shock after the announcement that the executive director of the Colorado Department of Corrections had been shot and killed.