Colorado Lawmakers, White House Talk Action On Sanctuary CitiesFour Colorado Republican lawmakers on Thursday brought their ideas to the White House on punishing so-called sanctuary cities, hoping to build on the Trump administration's lawsuit challenging California laws it says protect immigrants in the country illegally.
Lawmakers Debate Fate Of Representatives Accused Of Sexual AssaultState lawmakers are doing something they haven't done in more than a century.
'I've Done My Time'; Lawmakers Join Family Fight To Free Colorado InmateA Colorado family's three-year fight to have a convicted felon released from prison is gaining new momentum from state lawmakers.
With Little Wiggle Room, Colorado House Debates Tight BudgetColorado's Democrat-led House is debating a $26.8 billion budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1 with little leeway for substantial changes.
Bill Would Allow Crime Victims To Sue Sanctuary CitiesA bill being considered in the Colorado legislature this week would allow victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants in designated sanctuary cities to hold criminally liable those cities and their politicians who don't enforce immigration laws.
2 Colorado Bills Could Be Blueprints For Immigration LegislationTwo bills at the state Capitol have made Colorado Ground Zero in the immigration debate as other states use the legislation as a blueprint.
Ballot Selfies Win First Step In Colorado HouseA Colorado House panel has approved a bill that would legalize the posting of ballot selfies on social media sites.
Red Cross Of Alaska Deploys Helpers To ColoradoThe American Red Cross of Alaska says one official and two volunteers from the state are helping people affected by floods in Colorado.