Latest Politics Updates

Colorado Lawmakers Consider Bills To Cover Public Benefits, Unemployment, Regardless Of Immigration StatusPeople who are in the country unlawfully would have access to state, and possibly local, public benefits under a bill at the State Capitol.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser Testifies In Support Of Bill To Keep Firearms Out Of The Hands Of Domestic AbusersAttorney General Phil Weiser testified on Tuesday before state lawmakers in support of legislation that aims to protect domestic violence survivors.
Marijuana Delivery & Consumption Clubs Closer To Being Approved By Denver City CouncilDelivery service and the establishment of consumption clubs are two of the bigger shifts Denver could implement with a final vote next week.
Amtrak Executives, Regional Leaders Share Vision for Possible Front Range Rail ServiceThere is a renewed push to get passenger train service from Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Pueblo. On Tuesday, members of Colorado’s Front Range Commission met with Amtrak’s president and CEO to talk about their vision for rail service. 
Lee Hart, Wife Of 1984 Presidential Hopeful Gary Hart, Passes AwayLee Hart, the wife of former U.S. Sen. Gary Hart of Colorado, has died. She was 85. 
State Lawmaker Pushes To Protect Our Faces, Voices from Identity TheftState Representative Alex Valdez has introduced a bill that would require companies that collect biometric data to delete it at the owner's request. It would also bar government agencies from collecting the data without a court order.
Colorado Doctors Urge State Lawmakers To Establish Prescription Drug Affordability BoardSome Colorado doctors want help for their patients when it comes to saving money for expensive prescription drugs.
Is Your Radon Mitigation System Making Your Home More Dangerous?One in two homes in Colorado has dangerous levels of radon and the companies that test and mitigate for it in the state don't have to meet any state standards.
Colorado's Red Flag Law Serves As Model For Other States As Proposed By Pres. Joe BidenThursday's executive actions include ordering the Justice Department to draft model Red Flag legislation for states to implement. Colorado already has a Red Flag Law to help prevent people with mental health issues from getting guns.
Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse Joins Pres. Joe Biden For Gun Violence Prevention Executive Actions UnveilingColorado Congressman Joe Neguse joined other lawmakers when Pres. Joe Biden announced executive actions centering around gun violence prevention measures.
Couples Share Emotional Stories As State Lawmakers Consider Protections For Pregnancies Involving Surrogates More than 300 Colorado couples enter surrogacy arrangements each year to have children, but there is no law to protect them should either party back out.
State Lawmakers Take Up Bill That Would Change How Courts Decide Child Custody BattlesDomestic violence survivors say their children are being put at risk by courts who don't understand the impact of abuse on kids.