Most Diverse State Legislature In History Begins 2019 SessionState lawmakers are back to work in the most diverse legislature in state history. There are more LGBTQ lawmakers, more Latino lawmakers and - in the House of Representatives - more women lawmakers than men.
KC Becker Named Next Colorado House SpeakerColorado's House majority leader, KC Becker, has been elected speaker by fellow Democrats for the 2019 legislative session.
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.
Study: State Capitol Needs To Update Outdated Policies Amid Sexual Misconduct ClaimsA third party group released a massive report that details how the state Capitol can make changes to its outdated sexual harassment and misconduct policies.
Grocery Stores Prepare To Transition To Full-Strength BeerThe Department of Revenue is working on how grocery stores in Colorado will transition to selling full-strength beer.
State Lawmakers Push For Sexual Harassment Training Before Next Legislative SessionThe Colorado House and Senate Leadership took steps Friday to improve the legislature’s policies on sexual harassment.
State Lawmakers Say It's Time For Sexual Misconduct Policy OverhaulLawmakers say it is time for an overhaul of how sexual misconduct is handled at the state Capitol.
Colorado Lawmakers To Review Policy On Sexual HarassmentColorado's highest-ranking legislators responded Tuesday to harassment complaints against lawmakers by announcing a formal review of their procedures for identifying, reporting and resolving sexual misconduct incidents at the Capitol.
After Complaints, Colorado Lawmakers Review HarassmentColorado's legislative leaders plan to review their procedures on identifying, reporting and addressing workplace harassment after several allegations of sexual misconduct involving lawmakers.
Younger Colorado Legislature? Change Wins Preliminary OKColorado may ask voters again whether 21-year-olds should be able to serve in the state Legislature.
Colorado Bills To Fund Roads, Rural Hospitals LanguishThey said it wouldn't be easy and it certainly has not been this week as bills to modernize Colorado's aging road network and support rural hospitals languish in the state Legislature.
Group Helps Improve Internet For Lawmakers To Stay ConnectedOne group in Colorado is hoping to make sure everyone is easily connected to what's happening at the state Capitol, regardless of where they live across the state.
Lawmakers Target Teen SextingState lawmakers will target teen sexting on Tuesday.
Senate Approves Colorado Public Records MediationA bill encouraging citizens and state agencies to resolve public records disputes outside court is headed to the governor's desk.
Things To Know About Colorado Budget BillColorado's Republican-led Senate this week sent a $28.6 billion budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1 to the Democratic-led House. The bill mirrors the recommendations of the bipartisan Joint Budget Committee, which drafted the budget after eliminating a $700 million gap.