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.
Measure To Save Rural Hospitals Becomes LawThe most consequential and controversial bill of the 2017 legislative session is now law.
Rural Colorado Hospitals In Big Trouble If Bill FailsA standoff at the state Capitol is threatening the survival of rural Colorado hospitals.
Another Attempt Launched To Repeal Death Penalty In ColoradoAnother attempt to repeal the death penalty in Colorado is underway at the capitol.
Bill Setting Up Domestic Violence Review Board Has Good ChanceSome state lawmakers think there are missed opportunities to save victims of domestic violence in Colorado and they want to change that.
Highways Top Legislative Talk, But Agreement ElusiveThere's no debate — Colorado needs a big plan to pay for billions in needed highway upgrades.
Colorado Democrats Denounce Trump's 'Racist' Remarks On JudgeGov. John Hickenlooper and other Colorado Democratic leaders on Wednesday denounced as racist a string of comments by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Governor, Colorado Democrats Denounce Trump Remarks On JudgeGov. John Hickenlooper joined other Democrats from around Colorado to denounce what they call racist comments by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Presidential Primary Sees New Life In Colorado StatehouseColorado plans to revive a presidential primary for 2020 got back on track Friday at the state Capitol. But the new proposal would require voters to join a party to participate.
Democrats Pick Sen. Guzman Of Denver As New Chamber LeaderSenate Democrats picked Sen. Lucia Guzman of Denver to be their new leader in the chamber.
School Violence Lawsuits Approved After Emotional DebateA novel effort to reduce school violence by making public schools legally liable for keeping kids safe has been approved by the Colorado Senate.
Crowds Dwindle, But GOP Stays Course On Ammo Magazine LimitsColorado Republicans advanced one of their last efforts to repeal recent gun control laws Monday, approving a bill to undo a 15-round limit on ammunition magazines even though it faces certain death in the Democrat-controlled House.