2 Bills Benefiting Juveniles Serving Life Sentences Clear HurdleColorado's youngest murderers were up for debate at the state Capitol on Wednesday as some say juvenile killers are punished too harshly and they want a change in the law.
Conference Committee OKs $27 Billion Colorado BudgetA bipartisan conference committee quickly resolved a dispute over clean air funding to settle on a $27 billion state budget.
Gay Conversion Therapy Ban Dies In Colorado SenateColorado is not joining at least six states that ban or limit psychotherapy which seeks to change the sexual orientation of minors.
Clean Air Funding Tussle Dominates Colorado Senate Budget DebateA partisan tussle over the Obama administration's stalled clean power plan dominated early debate as Colorado's Republican-led Senate on Wednesday considered a $27 billion state budget.
Clean Power Debate Flares Up In ColoradoA national debate over global warming has turned into a major sticking point at the Colorado Legislature, where Democrats and Republicans this week started tussling over paying for efforts to curb carbon emissions.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Avon Man’s ‘Guns In Post Offices’ CaseThe U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear a case involving a ban on guns at the post office.
Supreme Court Pot Announcement Extends Legalization DebateThe U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday that it won't consider a lawsuit filed by two other states challenging Colorado's pot law.
Supreme Court Ruling On Texas Abortion Clinics Could Affect ColoradoThe U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments for a Texas law that would require abortion clinics to have the same standards as surgical centers, among other restrictions. The ruling could have impact in Colorado.
Drug Traffickers Seek Safe Haven Amid Legal MarijuanaSeeking a safe haven in Colorado's legal marijuana marketplace, illegal drug traffickers are growing weed among the state's sanctioned pot warehouses and farms, then covertly shipping it elsewhere and pocketing millions of dollars from the sale.
Oklahoma AG Bemoans Colorado Pot In US Supreme Court FilingOklahoma's attorney general says his state and others are suffering from the export of marijuana from Colorado and wants the U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether Colorado's pot market violates federal law.
Oklahoma To Pursue Marijuana Lawsuit Against ColoradoOklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has said that he plans to continue to press the U.S. Supreme Court for permission to sue Colorado over its marijuana laws, despite objection from President Obama's administration.
Debate Over Gay Wedding Cake Goes To Colorado High CourtA Lakewood baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple is asking the Colorado Supreme Court to reverse judges' rulings concluding that his decision amounts to discrimination.