A wrap up of the events on the final day in the Colorado Legislature.
Colorado’s rules for the medical marijuana industry are hanging in the balance in the Legislature’s closing days because of a dispute over drug felons in the industry.
A Democratic effort to allow cities to raise the minimum wage in Colorado has failed in the state Legislature.
Anti-marijuana activists should take care not to use a man’s suicide after ingesting pot edibles to push for increased regulation.
Republicans are moving fast to repeal gun-control legislation Colorado Democrats passed two years ago in response to mass shootings.
Colorado Republicans want to roll back the state’s renewable energy mandates. And with greater numbers in the state Legislature this year, along with falling energy prices, they’re feeling more confident about their chances.
Colorado Democrats selected Rep. Dickie Lee Hullinghorst to be the next House speaker, making her only the second woman in state history to hold that position.
There’s a push at the state capitol to get tough punishments for so-called revenge pornography.
Will Republican state lawmakers read too much into the success of the recall elections and overplay their hand on gun issues?
Some education advocates may see the Lobato State Supreme Court ruling as a loss. But time may prove that losing in the Supreme Court may have been the best thing for education funding in Colorado.