Reference To Slavery Will Remain In Colorado ConstitutionA reference to slavery will remain in Colorado's constitution.
Vote To Remove Slavery Reference Tight In ColoradoThe vote on whether to amend the Colorado constitution to remove a reference to slavery as a punishment for a criminal conviction is tight but not all counties have reported their results yet.
Colorado's Constitutional Rewrites Are Bitter Ballot IssueA well-funded coalition of Republicans, Democrats, business, energy and agricultural interests is supporting Amendment 71, an initiative that would make it tougher to change Colorado's Constitution,
Amendment T Supporters Rally At State CapitolSupporters of Amendment T rallied at the State Capitol on Tuesday to gain support for the measure which calls for a reference to slavery to be removed from the Colorado Constitution.
Owner Of Home Destroyed By Police In Standoff: 'A Nightmare For The Full Family'The homeowner who had his property destroyed during a SWAT standoff last summer is suing the City of Greenwood Village for violation of civil rights.
Hickenlooper Supports Effot To Make It Harder To Change Colorado's ConstitutionThere's a push to make it harder to change Colorado's constitution and the initiative is even getting support from Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Faith Leaders Want To Update Archaic Language In Colorado ConstitutionOn Monday at the Colorado state Capitol a resolution was introduced to change some archaic language in the state constitution.
Some Think It's Too Easy To Amend The Colorado Constitution And It Needs To ChangeThe November ballot in Colorado could be very crowded. The proposed initiatives this year hit on issues including assisted suicide, a fracking ban and single payer health care. All the proposals would require amending the state constitution.
Colorado's High Court Hears School Voucher CaseThe question of the separation of church and state came before Colorado's Supreme Court with arguments about a school voucher program .
Colorado Lawmaker Feels It Should Be Harder To Change The ConstitutionThe November ballot could be very crowded with more than 90 initiatives being submitted so far and many of them involve changes to the state constitution.
History or a Pre-Cursor to History?May 1 is an historic day in Colorado but it will likely go down in history as the predecessor to an even greater moment in civil rights history.
Colorado's Highest Court Hears School Funding LawsuitA landmark case on the education system in Colorado is being heard by the state supreme court. It involves a lawsuit in which a lower court found the system is severely underfunded.
Colorado 'TBD' Initiative Calls For Tax Policy ChangesA task force created by Gov. John Hickenlooper has concluded that Colorado needs an overhaul of its constitutional and tax policies.
Weighing in on Constitutional RightsEven though some Colorado lawmakers don't agree, Colorado voters should have every right to "weigh in" on constitutional rights, since we seem to not have a problem creating them or taking them away.
Legislative Privilege: Not So PopularPolice in Denver initially said they thought that as a lawmaker Rep. Laura Bradford was entitled to a certain level of immunity. Why is there legislative privilege? Watch Alan Gionet's Good Question report.