Colorado Lawmakers Conclude 2018 Session With Pension DealColorado lawmakers narrowly passed an ambitious plan to rescue the state pension fund from the fiscal brink just minutes before the 2018 legislative session gaveled to a close at midnight Wednesday.
Lawmakers Consider Pension Funds, Mental Health On Session's Final DayWednesday is the final day of the Colorado Legislative Session, and lawmakers have a lot to discuss before the day is over.
Colorado Lawmakers At Impasse Over Transportation FundingThere are only a few days left in this year's Colorado legislative session and state leaders are still at a an impasse over paying for more transportation funding.
Some Lawmakers Question Timing Of Colorado Teacher ProtestsThis month Colorado lawmakers approved the biggest increase in education funding in a decade.
Medical Transparency Bill Dies In Colorado LegislatureA Colorado lawmaker had hoped to help people who have medical insurance but have difficulty keeping track of exactly what they are paying for and how much.
Colorado Senate Minority Leader Steps Down, Cites MisconductSen. Lucia Guzman has stepped down from her post in part to protest Republicans' handling of workplace harassment complaints.
Report: Emails Warn Colorado Capitol Workers To Avoid PressThe nonpartisan administrator of Colorado's state Senate has warned staff, aides and interns that policy forbids them from speaking to journalists about workplace issues — including sexual harassment.
Mother & Daughter Fight For Bill To Help With Rare Eating DisorderSome state lawmakers are trying to help a Monument teenager and other Coloradans impacted by a rare genetic condition that causes people to eat uncontrollably.