5th Graders Witness Government In Action At State CapitolDozens of 5th graders visited the state Capitol on Thursday to watch government in action for Liberty Day.
Lawmakers Debate Overhaul In Mental Crisis TreatmentState lawmakers are debating a massive overhaul in how people going through a mental crisis are treated in Colorado. The bill has bipartisan support.
Bill Aims To Reduce Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd Grade SuspensionsLawmakers are debating a bill at the state Capitol that aims to reduce the number of young children suspended and expelled from school. Advocates believe schools should scale back punishment.
Is It Time To Get Rid Of Daylight Saving Time?After decades of observing Daylight Saving Time, some lawmakers in Colorado have proposed legislation which would take the state one step closer to keeping one year-round time.
Lawmakers Honor African American LegislatorsLawmakers at the state Capitol paid tribute to former African American members of Colorado's House and Senate.
Colorado Considers Felony For Tampering With Oil, Gas DrillsA Republican proposal to increase penalties for tampering with oil and gas equipment has cleared an important hurdle.
Lawmakers Want To Give Parents A Break With Tax-Free DiapersSome state lawmakers want to give parents a break and make diapers tax exempt.
Debate Over Plan To Allow Teachers To Carry Guns At SchoolIt’s an issue that has Douglas County parents divided: should teachers be allowed to carry handguns on school grounds?
Bill To Create Rules For Pot Clubs PostponedA bill that would create rules and regulations for securing a pot club license has been postponed at the state Capitol.
Lawmaker: Tracking Hate Crimes To Better Prevent ThemA CBS4 story prompted one state lawmaker to bring a bill to state Capitol that is aimed at better tracking hate crimes in Colorado.
Despite Killing Of Teachers With Guns Bill, School Board Votes To Support MeasureDespite state lawmakers killing a bill dealing with guns at schools earlier this month, the Douglas County School Board voted to support that measure.
House Panel OKs Making Wage-Theft Findings Open To PublicA House committee has unanimously endorsed a bill to allow the public to know when Colorado labor officials determine that employers have cheated their workers on wages.