Refugee Rally Held At Capitol As POTUS Reverses Separation PolicyAs President Donald Trump reversed course on a policy requiring families to be separated at the border, hundreds of Coloradans came together for refugees.
Some Coloradans Fear Changes To State Laws As U.S. Weighs Marijuana MedicineThe government is getting closer to a decision on approval of a prescription drug derived from marijuana, but some Colorado parents are concerned.
Colorado Immigrant Driver's Bill Signed Into LawImmigrants who are in the country illegally but have Colorado driver's licenses can soon renew those licenses online or by mail
Non-Politician Leads Legislation To Ask Voters To Change RedistrictingKent Thiry is not a politician or even partisan, but he has lead one of the biggest changes ever in Colorado politics.
Colorado Lawmakers Send Redistricting Reforms To BallotThe Colorado Legislature is sending voters two ballot measures aimed at preventing partisan gerrymandering.
Colorado Boosts Savings To $730 Million, May Need MoreThanks to a boost from a recent tobacco industry settlement, Colorado plans to sock away an extra $90 million next year in the state's reserves. But by one credit rating agency's analysis, it's still woefully unprepared for the next economic downturn.
42,000 Prescription Bottles Reveal Opioid Addiction IssueA new memorial has 42,000 prescription bottles on display that represent the 42,000 lives lost nationwide to opioid addiction.
Lawmakers Strike 11th Hour Deal To Save State PensionState lawmakers strike an 11th hour deal to stabilize Colorado’s pension system which has $32 billion in unfunded obligations.
Colorado Lawmakers Seek Pension Fix On Last Day Of SessionColorado lawmakers were working quickly Wednesday to reach a deal to stabilize the state's public pension system, which has at least $32 billion in unfunded obligations, as the clock wound down on the last day of the legislative session.
Bipartisan Compromise Reached On Much Needed Transportation BillAfter years of gridlock, Democrats and Republicans appear to have reached a compromise on transportation funding. The move comes in the final days of the legislative session at the state Capitol.
Colorado Lawmakers Seek To Outlaw Certain Gaming ArcadesColorado lawmakers on Monday passed a bill to outlaw certain mom-and-pop sweepstakes arcades, seeking to close a legal loophole that allowed the operations to crop up outside the three cities authorized by voters to conduct legal gambling: Black Hawk, Central City and Cripple Creek.
Colorado Lawmakers Strike Deal On Transportation FundingTop Colorado lawmakers on Monday announced a deal on the largest transportation funding measure in the state's history, breaking through a months-long stalemate on one of the top issues of the 2018 legislative session.