Colorado lawmakers are focused on school safety following the shooting in Newtown, Conn., and on Friday they got feedback from some of those closest to the issue.
Years ago putting an armed officer in a school would have been met with resistance. Today, every school wants one, and if Sen. Steve King has his way, they’ll get one.
In Colorado, there is no compensation and no help of any sort for those who have been wrongly imprisoned.
A marijuana blood limit for drivers was rejected Tuesday for a third time in Colorado, as lawmakers from both parties argued about how to fairly gauge whether someone is too stoned to get behind the wheel.
A marijuana blood standard for drivers appears headed for approval in Colorado – thanks to a Republican senator who changed her mind from last year.
A sweeping change to how Colorado juveniles are charged as adults headed to the governor’s desk Thursday after two days of a spirited debate that divided Senators from both parties.
Colorado Senators gave initial approval to a proposal to reduce prosecutors’ discretion to charge youths as adults.
Colorado lawmakers are again debating a proposal to establish an “impaired” limit for marijuana. If passed, the bill would make drivers impaired if they test positive for five nanograms or more of THC, an ingredient in marijuana.
Driving while high is illegal in Colorado, but state lawmakers are again entering a hazy debate over how to measure whether medical marijuana patients are impaired behind the wheel.
Lawmakers will hear testimony on a bill to prohibit employers from using consumer credit information against potential employees unless they’re applying for a job that involves financial decisions.