State lawmakers took a moment to recognize Human Trafficking Advocacy Day at the state Capitol. This is the second such events for state lawmakers.
Protecting kids in Colorado classrooms is taking on a new urgency among state lawmakers at the state Capitol.
Proposals providing tax relief for people who lost their properties during the September floods and incentives for wildfire mitigation are among the first bills of the Colorado legislative session.
The head of Colorado prisons told lawmakers his department needs to improve the monitoring of parolees, and that officials are considering using cell phones instead of electronic bracelets to do so.
A Colorado lawmaker has apologized for comments that many people found offensive.
Dozens of people gathered at the state Capitol on Saturday afternoon for a “Justice for Trayvon” rally.
It’s a place where important issues are debated and laws are created- the state Capitol. But one day a state lawmaker reached out to help a victim of domestic violence who literally had no where else to go.
As Gov. John Hickenlooper says goodbye to lawmakers for the year, he might want to send some of them thank-you cards — both for giving him what he wanted and for backing off from what he didn’t.
Colorado lawmakers were closing a contentious and weighty term Wednesday with big decisions settled on gun control to immigration to marijuana. But the 120-day session didn’t end without a dose of partisan sniping and a few big ideas left on the table.
Thousands of pairs of shoes lined the steps of the State Capitol in Denver on Thursday. Each pair of shoes represents a victim of gun violence in America.