Colorado Senate Minority Leader Steps Down, Cites MisconductSen. Lucia Guzman has stepped down from her post in part to protest Republicans' handling of workplace harassment complaints.
Rural Broadband Bill Heading To Gov. Hickenlooper's DeskA bill that finances high-speed broadband in rural Colorado is headed to Gov. John Hickenlooper's desk.
Lawmakers Debate Bill To Curb Teens Texting While DrivingSome state lawmakers are trying to keep teenage drivers from being distracted while behind the wheel.
Bill To Ban Cash-Paying Arcade Games Moves ForwardColorado lawmakers have cleared a hurdle towards revising a law that would put an end to cash-paying arcades across the state. On Thursday, the House Business Affairs and Labor Committee unanimously voted to pass HB18-1234.
Testimony Gets Emotional During Arbitration Bill Hearing At CapitolTestimony at the state capitol in an effort to level the playing field when it comes to contract disputes got emotional.
'Kids Saying Enough Is Enough': Gov. Hickenlooper Comments On WalkoutsGov. John Hickenlooper spoke to the crowd of students who gathered at the state Capitol after they walked out of class at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Thousands Of Students Across Colorado Take Part In WalkoutsThousands of students across Colorado participated in a nationwide walkout of schools on Wednesday morning to protest gun violence.
MS Activists Ask Lawmakers To Consider Tax CreditMS activists asked state lawmakers to support a home re-modification tax credit for some patients who can still live independently.
'They'll End Up Hurting Themselves': Teens Make Emotional Plea To LawmakersTeenagers testified in favor of a bill at the state Capitol that would allow kids ages 12 and up to see a therapist up to three times without their parents’ permission.
Cancer Survivors Rally To Limit E-Cigarette Use Among TeensA group made up of cancer patients and cancer survivors rallied on the steps of the state Capitol on Thursday to try to stop the younger generation from smoking.
Lawmakers Debate Tougher Penalties For 'Swatting' CallsState lawmakers are calling for a crackdown on "swatters" who are known to call 911 with fake emergencies, prompting SWAT teams to respond.
Lawmakers May Vote To Expel Rep. Steve Lebsock Over Sexual Misconduct AllegationsRep. Lebsock has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing in connection with formal sexual harassment complaints.