Teen Sexting Law Closer To Agreement In ColoradoA teen-sexting law that has eluded Colorado lawmakers for years appears to be moving closer to reality.
Colorado To Allow Medical Pot For PTSD, With New LimitsPost-traumatic stress sufferers may soon qualify for medical pot in Colorado.
Lawmakers Approve Texting & Driving Penalty IncreaseColorado lawmakers have approved a bill that would raise the penalties for texting and driving.
Electronic Records Bill Gets Colorado House HearingA bill to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act gets its first hearing in the Democrat-led House Monday, with Democrats pushing for a measure that presumes the public is entitled to access government records in ways that can be analyzed by computer.
Colorado Bills To Fund Roads, Rural Hospitals LanguishThey said it wouldn't be easy and it certainly has not been this week as bills to modernize Colorado's aging road network and support rural hospitals languish in the state Legislature.
Group Helps Improve Internet For Lawmakers To Stay ConnectedOne group in Colorado is hoping to make sure everyone is easily connected to what's happening at the state Capitol, regardless of where they live across the state.
Criminal History Section On Job Applications Could Be BannedState lawmakers are considering a ban on job applications from inquiring whether applicants have a criminal history.
Syrian Attack Vigil To Focus On Innocent Lives LostDozens will gather at the state Capitol building Friday evening, to honor the lives of those lost in recent attacks in Syria.
Colorado Senate Defeats Bill On Abortion Waiting PeriodsColorado's Senate has rejected a measure requiring waiting periods for women seeking abortions.
Bill Would Decouple Colorado's Judiciary, Legislative PayWhen it passed its version of a fiscal year 2017-18 budget last month, the Senate stripped $2.2 million that would have given judicial employees a 3.1 percent pay hike.
Groups Oppose Religious Freedom BillFaith leaders and business owners rallied to oppose a so-called religious freedom bill in the state Legislature.
Colorado Senate OKs Bill Guarding Against Pot CrackdownColorado's Senate has passed a bill to allow pot growers and retailers to reclassify recreational weed as medical marijuana in the event of a federal crackdown.

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