A package of gun control measures began its lengthy and emotional route through Colorado’s Legislature on Friday, with the House approving limits on the size of ammunition magazines and expanding background checks after hours of fiery debate about how to stop gun violence.
Gun-rights activists and college students thronged the Capitol Wednesday to see lawmakers debate concealed weapons on campuses.
Democrats advanced a proposal Thursday to revamp standards for teaching sex education at Colorado schools, despite objections from Republicans who say the measure infringes on local control.
The president of the National Rifle Association is calling many of the gun control proposals in the state Capitol “feel good measures.”
A Democratic lawmaker wants to revamp standards for teaching sex education at Colorado schools.
Colorado lawmakers are considering a Republican proposal to ban abortions and make it a crime to perform them.
Colorado is preparing to expand health assistance for low-income adults, but state lawmakers want to know how much it would cost.
Colorado lawmakers are scheduled to debate whether to ban abortion with a bill that stands little chance of passing the Democratic-led Legislature.
Guns continue to dominate political debate in Colorado.
Colorado businesses that ban guns would be required to provide armed security under a Republican proposal that faces its first test Wednesday.