Lawmakers Work To Keep Safe2Tell A Place To Prevent Bullying, Not Promote ItA Colorado hotline designed to stop bullying is enabling it in some cases. Now lawmakers want to better track false reports to Safe2Tell.
10 Churches Under Fire For Helping Kids And Their ParentsThe churches, along with a nonprofit, were trying to keep children out of the foster care system by connecting their parents with other parents willing to help.
Lawmakers Debate Bill To Prevent Insurance From Changing Prescription CoverageState lawmakers have made the rising cost of prescription drugs a top priority this legislative session.
Lawmakers Pushing For More Foster Family Support At State CapitolThe Department of Human Services says the state needs an additional 1,200 foster parents, but child care expenses are huge barrier for many.
Lawmakers Work To Ban Cough Syrup Sales To 18 And UnderLawmakers are coming together for kids to try to keep a potentially abusive medication out of their hands.
Bill Would Clarify Costs Of Visits To Free-Standing ERs For PatientsJennifer Risdon's son got a sore throat. The visit to the doctor cost $841.
State Lawmakers Push For Bill To Legalize Marijuana DeliveryA bill before the Colorado State Legislature would allow legalized delivery of marijuana.
Colorado Building Up Millions In Unpaid Medicaid ClaimsColorado doctors and hospitals are claiming they're owed hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars, in unpaid Medicaid claims.
New Law Tracking Drugged Driving Takes Effect Next WeekA new law takes effect next week aimed at clarifying how many drivers are arrested for drugged-impaired driving.
First Responders To Get Help With PTSDA new law will help first responders in Colorado get help with post traumatic stress disorder.
Lawmakers Debate Bills To Protect Legalized MarijuanaState lawmakers are debating two bills that would protect Colorado from the federal government when it comes to legalized marijuana.
Bipartisan Bill Aims To Help Child Welfare Workers With Skyrocketing CasesThey've seen the worst of humanity and now child welfare workers in Colorado are asking lawmakers for help.