Sen. Daniel Kagan Resigns After Bathroom ControversyA Colorado state senator has resigned his post after a bathroom controversy. An independent investigation revealed that Daniel Kagan used the women's restroom at the state Capitol at least three times.
Investigation Reveals Male State Senator Used Women's Bathroom RepeatedlyA Colorado state senator is demanding a public apology from a male colleague after an investigation found he used the women's restroom on several occasions.
Bill Allows Bicyclists To Run Stop Signs, Red LightsA bill introduced in the state Senate would allow bicyclists to run stop signs and red lights.
Recalls Could Beget Even Worse PoliciesRecall elections are becoming de rigueur in Colorado nowadays, but the fact of the matter is that they are likely to worsen public policies as elected leaders begin to adjust to the threat.
Lawmakers May Halt Gaylord Hotel Project ConstructionLawmakers may stop a major construction hotel project in Aurora from being built. A bill advancing through the state Capitol would change the plan for the Gaylord Rockies Hotel and Conference Center.
Debate Over Medical Marijuana In Schools Begins At State CapitolState lawmakers began a debate over whether to allow children to bring medical marijuana to school on Friday.
DUI Victim: 'I Was Hit By 6-Time Drunk Driver, I Became His 7th'Emotional testimony at the state Capitol as state lawmakers consider a bill that would put a felony DUI law on the books in Colorado. The bill moved forward after it passed through an important Senate committee on Tuesday.
Felony DUI Bill Moves Forward At State CapitolA bill to create a felony drunk driving law in Colorado has advanced at the state Capitol. The bill would impose harsher punishments on repeat drunk drivers.
Stalled Felony DUI Bill Faces Key Colorado TestA measure to add penalties for habitual drunken drivers faces a key test Tuesday in the state Senate.
Bill To Change Lives Of Children With Autism Moves ForwardA bill that could change the lives of hundreds of children in Colorado who are struggling with autism passed a state Senate committee on Thursday afternoon.
1st Limit To Colorado Student Tests Clears SenateThe Colorado Senate has voted to remove teacher penalties when students skip statewide standardized tests.
Colorado Legislative Bipartisanship: The Real Benefit Of The 2014 ElectionThe very slim majorities that each party now hold in the Colorado State Legislature, thanks to the 2014 election, should bring a season of bipartisanship to Colorado, which is exactly what the doctor ordered.
Democrats Keep Colorado House, Senate In PlayColorado Democrats will retain a majority in the state House, but it's still unclear which party will control the Senate.
Many Colorado Legislative Races Still UndecidedFinal results for many Colorado state legislative races are still unknown, and Republicans and Democrats continue to wait to see which party will control either chamber of the Legislature.
Felony DUI Bill Dies In State SenateA bill that would have meant a felony conviction for people repeatedly caught driving drunk died in the state Senate on Tuesday.