Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera Leads Cancer Discussion At State CapitolCancer survivors shared their survival stories at the state Capitol on Wednesday.
Rally Aims To Bring Attention To Venezuelan Political Conflict, Humanitarian CrisisColoradans concerned about family and friends living in Venezuela rallied to show their support for the people trying to overthrow the current government.
Choir, Arts Take Over State Capitol For 'Culture For All' CelebrationFestivities honoring the arts and SCFD, the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, started early at the state Capitol on Tuesday.
Families Gather At State Capitol For 'Colorado Missing Persons Day'The Colorado Bureau of Investigation, state lawmakers and families held a ceremony at the State Capitol on Monday for Colorado Missing Persons Day.
Help Decide What Goes Into Colorado's BudgetPeople who live in Colorado can tell state lawmakers just how they want their tax money spent.
State Lawmaker Proposes To Replace Columbus Day With Colorado DayThere's an effort at the state Capitol to do away with Columbus Day.
Senate Democrats Reject Income Tax Rate Cut BillSenate Democrats have rejected a GOP proposal to reduce Colorado's individual and corporate income tax rate.
Polis Details Full-Day Kindergarten Proposal To LawmakersGov. Jared Polis on Wednesday urged lawmakers to act quickly on his plan to offer state-funded full-day kindergarten.
What If Election Day Was A Holiday In Colorado?Two state lawmakers want to create a new holiday for Election Day in Colorado.
'Don't Punish Our Pain' Group Claims Opioid Guidelines Too StrictPeople suffering with chronic pain rallied on the steps of the state Capitol on Tuesday as part of a national movement called “Don’t Punish Our Pain."
State Lawmaker Wants To Protect Medical Debt From CreditorsState lawmakers are targeting creditors who go after people too poor to pay their medical debt.
Bill Could Raise Age For Tobacco, Vaping ProductsA bill at the state Capitol would allow cities and counties in Colorado to raise the age to buy and use nicotine and tobacco products.
Majority Democrats Reject 3 GOP-Sponsored Gun-Rights BillsMajority Democrats on a Colorado House committee have rejected three bills favored by gun-rights activists.
State Lawmaker Wants To Bring Back Hunting Education In SchoolsA Colorado lawmaker is hoping to bring hunting education back into classrooms across the state.
Standing Ovation For Wilma Webb, Credited With Starting MLK Jr. Day In ColoradoDemocrats and Republicans at the state Capitol gave former State Rep. Wilma Webb a standing ovation for her work starting Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Colorado.