The final days of the 2015 legislative session in Colorado are seeing a major battle over how to reduce standardized testing requirements in public schools.
What to do with all the money made from marijuana sales? That’s being debated at the state Capitol.
A woman accused of cutting into the belly of an expectant mother to claim the unborn child can’t be charged under Colorado law with murder. But Republicans in the state Senate advanced a bill Wednesday aimed at changing that situation.
Law enforcement could face civil penalties if an officer destroys or seizes someone’s recordings of a public incident with a bill that advanced in the Colorado House on Tuesday.
Measures to expand the use of police body cameras and updates to officer training have cleared the Colorado House.
An SUV wound up on the steps of the state Capitol after the driver thought it was a driveway from the street.
A Democratic effort to allow cities to raise the minimum wage in Colorado has failed in the state Legislature.
The Colorado House advanced measures Friday to limit the use of chokeholds by officers and to make it easier to appoint special prosecutors when law enforcement is accused of using excessive force.
A bill at the state Capitol designed to identify and compile racial profiling data is getting a lot of support.
A bill to ban gay-conversion therapy for kids has been rejected by Republicans that control the state Senate.