Colorado Lawmaker Unblocks Constituent On Social Media After LawsuitA Colorado lawmaker who was sued for blocking a constituent on social media has unblocked her access and has agreed to no longer block people on Facebook and Twitter as part of a lawsuit settlement.
ACLU Sues Colorado State Senator For Blocking Critic On Social MediaACLU of Colorado filed a lawsuit in Federal District Court against Colorado State Senator Ray Scott for blocking a constituent from commenting on his official Facebook and Twitter pages.
Proposed Bike Tax: Are Cyclists Paying Their Fair Share?Bike shops in Denver are outraged by an idea from State Representative Ray Scott (R-Grand Junction) to add an extra tax to the sale of bicycles.
Prospects Rise For Colorado Energy Office RenewalThe Republican sponsor of a bill to save a Colorado energy agency added some elements enticing to Democrats and secured a high-ranking Democratic House co-sponsor.
State Senators Debate Overhaul To Colorado's Energy OfficeTensions ran high on the state Senate floor on Monday as lawmakers debated a bill that would determine the future of Colorado's Energy Office.
Hearing Delayed On Modernizing Colorado's Open Records ActA state Senate committee has postponed a hearing on a bill designed to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act.
New Colorado Energy Subcommittee On Trump Policies ConvenesEnergy production and climate protection dominated the first hearing Thursday of an energy subcommittee that Colorado Republicans created in anticipation of new policies under Donald Trump's presidential administration.
Presidential Primary Revival Falls Apart In ColoradoBipartisan efforts to revive presidential primaries in Colorado have failed -- for now.
Privatizing DMV Bill Passes Senate, Heads To HouseA bill that would privatize the Department of Motor Vehicles has passed the state Senate and will now to to the state House.
Lawmaker Wants Third Party Vendors For DMV-Related ServicesUnder a bill at the state Capitol the Division of Motor Vehicles will study how to outsource things like the renewal of driver's licenses and license plates.
Republican-Controlled Senate Passes Bill That Helps Gay CouplesThe bill addresses situations where a couple got a civil union license and then later got a marriage license after the U.S. Supreme Court decision last year.
Colorado Expanded Snow Tire Requirement Passes Toughest TestA bill to require all motorists in Colorado to use snow tires or chains during snowy months on Colorado's major mountain highway has passed its toughest test in the state Legislature.
Colorado Lawmakers Begin Debate On Homebuilder LiabilityColorado lawmakers started work Monday on one of the most anticipated issues of the legislative session: liability for homebuilders.
Republicans Seek To Roll Back Colorado Energy MandatesColorado Republicans want to roll back the state's renewable energy mandates. And with greater numbers in the state Legislature this year, along with falling energy prices, they're feeling more confident about their chances.
Colorado Looks To Restrict Cellphones In CarsA Colorado lawmaker who's gotten complaints from constituents about drivers distracted by their cellphones is proposing banning their use in cars unless people use a hands-free device.