Debate Over Plan To Allow Teachers To Carry Guns At SchoolIt’s an issue that has Douglas County parents divided: should teachers be allowed to carry handguns on school grounds?
Bill To Create Rules For Pot Clubs PostponedA bill that would create rules and regulations for securing a pot club license has been postponed at the state Capitol.
Lawmaker: Tracking Hate Crimes To Better Prevent ThemA CBS4 story prompted one state lawmaker to bring a bill to state Capitol that is aimed at better tracking hate crimes in Colorado.
Despite Killing Of Teachers With Guns Bill, School Board Votes To Support MeasureDespite state lawmakers killing a bill dealing with guns at schools earlier this month, the Douglas County School Board voted to support that measure.
House Panel OKs Making Wage-Theft Findings Open To PublicA House committee has unanimously endorsed a bill to allow the public to know when Colorado labor officials determine that employers have cheated their workers on wages.
Seal For Bilingual High School Grads Clears Colorado HurdleA movement to add a seal to the high-school diplomas of Colorado students who speak more than one language has cleared a hurdle that stopped it last year.
Lawmakers Debate Student Privacy BillState lawmakers are discussing a bill aimed at protecting student privacy when it comes to citizenship and religion.
Colorado Bill Ending Taxes On Tampons AdvancesColorado may get rid of the so-called "tampon tax," or sales taxes on menstrual products.
Protesters Disrupt Wells Fargo Lobby To Denounce Dakota Access PipelineProtesters disrupted business at the Wells Fargo bank in downtown Denver on Friday. They're upset that work has resumed on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Fight Over Fracking Leads To Funding Question For AG's OfficeState lawmakers are wading into a fight over fracking in Boulder County with threats of withholding funding from a state agency.
2 Gun Bills Killed At State CapitolTwo bills dealing with guns in Colorado have died at the state Capitol.
Bill Could Increase Penalty For Texting & DrivingState lawmakers say the dangerous problem of texting and driving is getting worse despite the fact that it's illegal in Colorado. Now legislators want to increase the penalties for the crime.

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