A hefty education overhaul described as the marquee Colorado schools bill of the year advanced toward a vote Friday after some big amendments
Colorado’s gun control debate is moving out of the state Capitol and straight to voters.
Democratic state Sen. Morgan Carroll became the second woman in Colorado history Wednesday to be selected Senate president, a position that became available with the recall ouster last month of former Sen. John Morse over new gun restrictions.
Colorado state lawmakers toured Lyons for themselves Friday to view the damage.
Sweeping revisions to how Colorado funds public schools – accompanied by a likely income tax proposal – came under consideration Tuesday in the state Legislature after years of discussion.
Public-records access in Colorado is close to getting an expansion – but state lawmakers are resisting efforts to make it cheaper to get public records.
A sweeping change to how Colorado juveniles are charged as adults headed to the governor’s desk Thursday after two days of a spirited debate that divided Senators from both parties.
Senate Democrats nixed a proposal to ask voters whether people should provide photo identification at the polls.
Colorado voters overwhelmingly rejected the only statewide tax increase on ballots this November — a “no” vote on education funding that revealed the sour mood of voters in this swing state.
Starting Wednesday ballots go out in an election that includes a statewide tax hike. Voters will decide whether to increase sales and income taxes to fund education.