A proposal to ban trans fats in Colorado school cafeterias and vending machines is closer the enactment.
Colorado Republicans rejected a measure that would have allowed illegal immigrant students attend state colleges at discounted tuition rates.
There’s a plan to rescue the state’s new Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division. The funding has dried up and nearly half the staff had to be transferred.
A plan giving illegal immigrants a break on university tuition in Colorado is about to face a crucial vote.
Illegal immigrant children seeking a more affordable path to a college degree will soon get an answer from Colorado lawmakers on a question that has divided them for years.
From “Thelma and Louise” to “Die Hard II,” hundreds of movies have been shot in Colorado. But over the last decade the state’s film industry has been going dark. Now lawmakers are trying to lure producers back with millions of dollars in tax incentives.
An early education overhaul aimed at boosting literacy has cleared a hurdle in the Colorado Legislature despite concerns the measure isn’t funded and could result in more kids flunking the early grades.
Colorado lawmakers gave initial approval to a bill that would direct colleges to create a system for awarding credit to students for prior job experience and military experience.
Colorado lawmakers want to reduce the cost of college for students by directing higher education institutions to create a system of awarding credit for job experience and military service.
There’s a move afoot to make burro racing Colorado’s official summer sport.