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.
The Colorado House passed a $23 billion budget that increases funding to schools, colleges, and the state’s savings for a rainy day.
A wildfire bill aimed at reducing fire risks has been shelved in the Colorado Legislature.
Victims of cyberbullying recounted their stories to state lawmakers in hopes of turning online bullying to be labeled a crime in Colorado.
Colorado lawmakers advanced a proposal to make it harder to send kids to school without vaccinations.
A relatively straightforward bill to help prevent agricultural fires from starting wildfires is on the ropes at the Colorado Legislature.
The Colorado Senate advanced a bill to expand the authority of mental health providers to report threats to places like movie theaters and schools.
The Colorado House has voted to expand the definition of tobacco products that are off-limits to minors.
Colorado motorists would no longer have to sign their vehicle registration cards under an identity-theft measure advancing in the state Legislature.