Bipartisan Colorado Immigrant Driver Bill AdvancesColorado lawmakers have advanced a bill to let unauthorized immigrants renew their driver's licenses online or by mail, overcoming objections that the licenses sanction illegal immigration.
Teachers Take To Capitol Steps In Day Of Action: 'I'm Stretched For Cash'Hundreds of teachers across Colorado walked out of class on Monday, and gathered at the State Capitol in a call for action.
Teachers Skip School, March For More FundingHundreds of teachers skipped school, marched across the Denver metro area and gathered at the state Capitol on Monday morning to get their message across: more funding for schools.
Some Schools Closed As Teachers Rally At State CapitolStudents in Englewood will have an extended weekend after the school district canceled classes on Monday because most of the teachers will not be there.
First FDA-Approved Drug Made From Cannabis Can't Be Sold In ColoradoThe first FDA-approved prescription drug made from pure cannabis is expected to hit the market in the next couple months and, unless lawmakers act, Colorado may be the only state that can't sell it.
Business Leaders Pressure Lawmakers For More Transportation FundingBusiness leaders flocked to the state Capitol on Monday to pressure state lawmakers to dedicate more money to transportation projects in Colorado.
State Lawmakers Debate Disabled Texting While Driving BillSome state lawmakers are trying to keep teenage drivers from being distracted while behind the wheel.
Families Coping With Autism Claim Medical Marijuana Is LifesaverA bill has passed a Colorado house committee that would legalize the use of medical marijuana for those with autism. Families that are already able to use it for that purpose say they have seen amazing results.
Lawmakers Work To Ban Cough Syrup Sales To 18 And UnderLawmakers are coming together for kids to try to keep a potentially abusive medication out of their hands.
Caring4Denver Campaign Aims To Fund Mental Health ProgramsState lawmaker Leslie Herod, a Democrat representing Denver, is appealing directly to City of Denver voters to help people with mental health and substance abuse problems.
Bill To Disable Texting While Driving Passes 1st HearingSome state lawmakers are trying to keep teenage drivers from being distracted while behind the wheel.
Colorado Senate Approves $28.9 Billion State BudgetThe Colorado state Senate has approved a $28.9 billion state budget package over the objections of fiscal conservatives and some Democrats.