'Etched In My Brain': State Lawmaker's Story Of Racism Hits HomeState lawmakers weighed in Pres. Donald Trump's remarks disparaging Haitians and African countries as part of the legislature's Martin Luther King, Jr. remembrance ceremony. One lawmaker's struggle hit home for many.
Republicans Will Fight For Road FundingMinority Republicans in the Colorado House will fight for road funding without raising taxes, closely examine Medicaid spending and seek to cut government regulation.
Colorado Lawmakers Pledge Zero Tolerance Of HarassmentColorado lawmakers started their new legislative session Wednesday amid tension over unresolved sexual misconduct allegations against some of their colleagues, including one case in which a female lawmaker maintains she felt threatened after rejecting the sexual advances of a fellow Democratic lawmaker.
Roads, Schools, Pensions Top Colorado Legislative IssuesColorado House Speaker Crisanta Duran and Senate President Kevin Grantham have gaveled in the 2018 legislative session.
Protesters Demand Rep. Lebsock ResignA small but vocal group of protesters took to the steps of the state Capitol, demanding that Rep. Steve Lebsock resign.
Shots Fired Near Capitol Building; Witnesses Help Police Catch SuspectDenver police are investigating a gunfight that broke out near the State Capitol Thursday afternoon.
State Capitol Lockdown Lifted After Shots FiredThe lockdown at the state Capitol was lifted about a half hour after shots were fired nearby on Thursday afternoon.
Hit & Run Law Adds Another ConsequenceA new law goes into effect on New Year's Day in Colorado that adds another punishment for hit-and-run drivers.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider Changes In Harassment ProcessColorado state legislative leaders are looking at making some changes to how sexual harassment complaints are handled at the state Capitol.
Lebsock, Target Of Sex Harassment Claims, Says He 'Passed A Polygraph'Embattled Rep. Steve Lebsock says he passed a polygraph test in regards to sexual harassment claims made by a fellow state lawmaker.
State Lawmaker Trying To Oust One Of His OwnRep. Matt Gray, a Democrat representing Broomfield, says he will introduce a resolution next month to expel Rep. Steve Lebsock, a Democrat representing Thornton.
State Lawmakers Say It's Time For Sexual Misconduct Policy OverhaulLawmakers say it is time for an overhaul of how sexual misconduct is handled at the state Capitol.

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