It’s now a crime in Colorado to post intimate pictures of someone online for the purpose of humiliating them.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is already talking about the possibility of a special session just one day after state lawmakers wrapped up their regular session.
Parents in Colorado believe metal detectors should be in our schools in order to better protect students. That’s according to a new school safety poll by Quinnipiac University.
The state House has given initial approval to a measure that would add tighter regulations to edible marijuana products.
Colorado is just starting its experiment with industrial hemp production. But interest in the new crop is so strong that the state is moving to expand the number and size of farms that can grow marijuana’s non-intoxicating cousin.
A bill to ban red light and photo radar cameras across the state has gotten initial approval in the Colorado Senate.
Another attempt in Colorado to require private investigators to get state licenses is being debated at the state Capitol.
A divisive abortion proposal suggested by Colorado Democrats was scuttled before it could come to a vote.
A proposal to shore up public school coffers won final approval in the Colorado House Thursday.
This week in the Colorado Legislature some of the highlights state lawmakers will be discussing are a bill to undo part of a teacher-tenure law, a proposal on how to spend marijuana tax money, regulation for companies like Uber and Lyft, and cell phone use while driving restrictions.