State Lawmakers Say Historic Mental Health Legislation Puts Children FirstIn the wake of the STEM School shooting in Highlands Ranch, calls are growing for more mental health care for children.
'Can't Explain What Just Happened': Lawmaker Stunned Over Death Of Colorado Immunization BillColorado lawmakers on Thursday abandoned legislation to make it harder for parents to opt their children out of vaccinations.
'Right To Survive': New Poll Shows Initiative 300 Losing By 2-1 MarginA new survey on Initiative 300 shows the ‘Right To Survive’ measure losing in next week’s Denver election by nearly a two to one margin.
Colorado's 'Red Flag' Gun Law Could Be OverturnedA lawsuit accuses House Democrats of violating the constitution in getting it passed.
Rep. Kyle Mullica, Lawmaker Behind Vaccine Bill, Receives Death Threat: 'Leave My Family Out Of It'A Colorado lawmaker who carried a bill making it harder to opt out of immunizations is scared for his life as well as the lives of his family members after receiving a threatening email.
Push On To Overturn 40-Year-Old Colorado Law That Bans Rent ControlLocal governments would have control over apartment rent increases if a bill before state lawmakers passes.
Colorado Legislature Approves 'Red Flag' Gun BillColorado's House voted 38-25 Monday to approve Senate amendments to the bill.
Demonstrators Rally Against Sex Ed Bill Outside State CapitolOpponents to Colorado’s House Bill 19-1032 gathered on the steps of the state capital building, Saturday, to call on lawmakers to ditch the bill.
Colorado Lawmakers Want To Halt Required Bond Payments For Petty CrimesSome lawmakers say people are being jailed for minor crimes in Colorado simply because they don't have enough money to pay for the bond.
Lengthy Testimony For Colorado Oil & Gas Bill Reflects How Much Is At StakeTestimony didn't wrap up until early Wednesday morning for a bill which promises sweeping changes when it comes to safety regulations for the oil and gas industry.
Oil & Gas Debate Takes Center Stage At State Legislative SessionAn estimated 500 people showed up at the State Capitol to testify on a bill that makes sweeping changes to oil and gas regulations in Colorado.