Latest Politics Updates

Proposed Bill Aims To Protect Owners Of Towed VehiclesA bill making its way through the Colorado House aims to protect the rights of car owners who’ve been towed.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider New Office On Gun ViolenceA Democrat-backed bill to create a state Office of Gun Violence Prevention got its first hearing before a Colorado legislative committee Friday, with backers arguing it could educate residents about gun safety and existing laws on firearms while collecting data about gun violence in the state.
Gov. Jared Polis, Sen. Michael Bennet, Rep. Joe Neguse Join Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack On Tour Of Cameron Peak Fire Burn AreaGov. Jared Polis, Sen. Michael Bennet and Rep. Joe Neguse toured the Cameron Peak Fire burn area on Friday with Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Work to restore the area from the fire damage is underway.
Colorado Lawmakers Debate Government Immunity Caps For Institutions That Protect Child RapistsFor the first time, survivors of child sexual assault in Colorado may be able sue institutions -- like the Catholic church and Boy Scouts -- that have protected their perpetrators.
Colorado House Advances Democrat-Backed Insurance PlanA Democrat-backed bill designed to curb health insurance costs for individuals and small businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic has advanced in the Colorado House.
First Lady Jill Biden Thanks Fort Carson Military Spouses For Their SacrificeFirst Lady Jill Biden visited military spouses at Fort Carson on Thursday to thank them for their service and sacrifice.
Medical Marijuana Policy To Be Determined By School Districts In ColoradoThe decision for medical marijuana policy is in the hands of school districts in Colorado. Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill into law that moves the policy from individual principals to school districts.
Colorado Lawmaker Rep. Richard Holtorf, Who Used Racially Charged Term 'Buckwheat,' ReprimandedColorado’s Democratic House Speaker has reprimanded a Republican lawmaker who called a colleague “buckwheat” during a floor debate.
Unique Mental Health Bill Passes First Colorado Legislative Committee A bill to better screen and treat mental health issues before the become a crisis passed out of its first committee at the Colorado Legislature.
Bill For Early Childhood Education Department Unveiled In DenverGov. Jared Polis helped unveil a bill which will create a state Department of Early Childhood Education in Colorado.
'Big Tech Has Too Much Power,' Says Colorado Congressman As Facebook Announces Continued Suspension Of Donald Trump's AccountFollowing the news that Facebook Oversight Committee upheld former President Trump's ban, the three Republican members of Colorado's Congressional Delegation were quick to react.
'It Hits The Mark': Large Part Of $5 Billion Colorado Transportation Bill Focuses On Electric CarsA wide ranging and slightly bipartisan bill to transform Colorado’s transportation system and usher in a new era around electric cars, buses and trucks was introduced at the capitol on Monday.