State Lawmakers Feel The Impact Of Coronavirus Firsthand As Small Business OwnersTwo Colorado lawmakers say they feel the pain of small businesses owners who are trying stay afloat amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus In Colorado: State Legislature Expecting Supreme Court Ruling This WeekThe state legislature reconvened Monday just long enough to go into recess again. Lawmakers adjourned two weeks ago due to concerns about COVID-19.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Dafna Michaelson Jenet, Colorado State Representative, Tests PositiveState Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet has tested positive for coronavirus.
'News Isn't Good': State Budget Writer Warns About Coronavirus Impact On The EconomyState lawmakers are suspending the legislative session for two weeks because of coronavirus. They'll wrap up what they can Saturday, and then dismiss until it's safer for large groups to gather for things like hearings.
Coronavirus In Colorado: State Legislature Plans Temporary Shut DownState lawmakers are discussing the possibility of shutting down the state Capitol because of coronavirus.
Bill To Create Public-Private Health Insurance Option Debated At State CapitolA bill to create a public-private health insurance option in Colorado is being heard at the state Capitol on Wednesday.
Families Of Troopers Killed In The Line Of Duty Push For New LawFamily members of three Colorado State Patrol troopers killed in the line of duty went before lawmakers on Tuesday.
Bill To Restrict Vaping For Young Coloradans Passes HouseThe Colorado House of Representatives passed a bill on Tuesday restricting the sale of tobacco and nicotine products to anyone younger than 21 years old.
Bill Would Allow Dogs On Restaurant Patios With ExceptionsA bill would create guidelines for such establishments to allow pets on patios.
Wednesday Is Deadline To Submit Petitions For 22-Week Abortion Ban Ballot MeasureWednesday is the deadline to submit petitions that would ban abortions after 22 weeks in Colorado.
Bill Would Allow 16-Year-Olds To Vote In Colorado School Board ElectionsA new bill would allow teenagers in Colorado to vote in certain elections. Colorado could become the first state in the U.S. to allow this.
2 Lawmakers Want To Bring Dolly Parton's Book Program To ColoradoIf some state lawmakers have their way, every kid under age 5 in Colorado will begin receiving a free book in the mail each month.
Vaccination Bill Passes State Senate, Advances To State HouseA bill that supporters claim will improve vaccination rates in Colorado has advanced to the state House. The state Senate approved the measure on Friday.
Colorado House Approves Death Penalty Repeal, Bill Sent To Governor's DeskThe Colorado House of Representatives has voted to approve the proposed repeal of Colorado's death penalty. The measure will now go to Gov. Jared Polis' desk for his signature.
State House To Debate Death Penalty Repeal Before VoteColorado lawmakers in the state House will have their final debate on Monday night before an expected vote on a repeal of the death penalty. The state Senate passed the repeal on Jan. 31.