Senate Judiciary Committee
A woman accused of cutting into the belly of an expectant mother to claim the unborn child can’t be charged under Colorado law with murder, but legislators in the state Senate will take up a bill Wednesday aimed at changing that.
A novel approach to make public schools liable for campus violence under a measure is advancing in Colorado, even as lawmakers from both parties wonder whether liability will prevent the next mass shooting.
Colorado legislators gave initial approval Wednesday to three bills designed to increase oversight on law enforcement after high-profile cases alleging excessive force in the state and nationwide.
A bill to crack down on cyberbullying appears headed to approval in the Colorado Senate.
A proposal to limit government drone surveillance in Colorado has failed in its first test.
A proposal to limit drone surveillance by law enforcement in Colorado appears headed for defeat after a raft of government officials lined up to oppose it Tuesday.
Grappling with how to regulate powdered alcohol, Colorado lawmakers advanced legislation Tuesday to put the sale of the product on hold before it’s in stores.
Colorado is poised to become the 12th state to overhaul procedures for eyewitness identifications in criminal prosecutions.
Colorado is considering becoming the first state to require background checks for people who work for youth sports organizations.
Colorado lawmakers rejected a proposal to increase legal protections for reporters and their sources in Colorado after a New York reporter was pressured to divulge sources in the theater shooting case.