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 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.
'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.
State Lawmakers Consider Fees On Everything From Gas To Pizza Delivery To Fix Colorado's RoadsA draft of a bill by Democrats in the state legislature includes about $3.9 billion in new fees and $1.5 billion in general fund and stimulus dollars.
Bill That Would Fine Colorado Public Schools With Native American Mascots Moves ForwardColorado schools with American Indian mascots will face steep fines under a bill that's making its way through the state legislature.
Colorado Lawmaker Shares Story Of Rape As Legislature Eliminates Statute of Limitations Ending 30 Year BattleThe state legislature passed a bill which allows survivors of sexual assault to sue their perpetrators no matter how much time has passed.
To-Go Alcohol Sales Extension Moves Forward In State CapitolTo-go alcohol may extend beyond the initial temporary sales period that was enacted to help businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. The regulation is set to expire on July 1.
Lawmakers Take Up Bill To Possibly Skip This Year's CMAS TestsState lawmakers spent time on Monday talking about a bill that would suspend standardized tests because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rep. Leslie Herod Is A Force Of Nature At The State CapitolAs CBS4 celebrates Black History Month, CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd talked to a state representative who is making history. Rep. Leslie Herod took the state Legislature by storm when was she was elected four years ago.