Five years after Colorado eliminated the statute of limitations for criminal cases involving sexual assaults involving children, state lawmakers are considering doing the same for all civil sex assault cases.
State Senate Passes Bill Eliminating Statute Of Limitations For Civil Sexual AssaultsFive years after Colorado eliminated the statute of limitations for criminal cases involving sexual assaults involving children, state lawmakers are considering doing the same for all civil sex assault cases.
Rep. Jason Crow Questions Preparedness Of Capitol Police And Other Law EnforcementRep. Jason Crow, a Democrat who represents Colorado's 6th Congressional District, feels like there should have been more protection in place when the events of Jan. 6 happened.
Rep. Diana DeGette To Lead Meeting To Speed Up Vaccine Production Across The CountryThe goal is to get updates on when states will get more vaccines.
Colorado Congressman Ken Buck Urges A Boost In Natural Gas ProductionRep. Buck is calling on Gov. Jared Polis to boost natural gas production after energy issues after a storm in Texas.
Personal Business Property Tax Could Be Abolished Under Polis' ProposalGov. Jared Polis wants to end personal business property taxes for small businesses.
Ethics Board Dismisses Complaint Against Denver Mayor Michael HancockThe complaint was filed after his out-of-town trip last Thanksgiving while he urged residents to "stay home."
State Of The State: Polis Thanks Neguse And Crow For Work On Federal COVID-19 ReliefDuring the State of the State Address on Wednesday, Gov. Jared Polis thanked Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) and Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) for their work on federal COVID-19 relief efforts.
State Lawmakers Aim To Increase Revenue With Controversial Fees & FinesWhile there is tremendous need, there are limited state resources when it comes to revenue.
COVID & Mental Health Among Top Priorities For State LawmakersThe state legislature will reconvene this week.
Neguse, DeGette React To Senate Verdict After Serving As Impeachment ManagersSaturday afternoon, after days of debating, U.S. senators voted in former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial.
Colorado Congresswoman Pushes For So-Called Tests ActRep. Diana DeGette wants to make sure everyone has access to faster COVID-19 testing.
Colorado Lawmakers Taking Notice Of Summit County's Mental Health InitiativeThirty community organizations in Summit County make up the Systemwide Mental Assessment Response Team, also known as SMART.
Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette Heads Hearing About COVID Vaccine RolloutRep. Diana DeGette addressed how to speed up distribution of COVID-19 vaccines throughout the country.
Colorado Lawmakers Use Motherhood To Fight High Prices Of DiapersEven before the pandemic, a third of Colorado families couldn't afford to go to a grocery store and buy diapers. Now, half of them can't.
Rural Colorado Counties Push Back On Idea Of Shutting Down Private PrisonsSome say private prisons increase recidivism and don’t offer inmates the same services as state-run facilities do.
Presidential Executive Order Could Mean Big Changes To Colorado's Oil & Gas IndustryThe executive order signed by President Joe Biden reserved 30% of federal land and water for conservation, halts all new federal oil and gas leases and eliminates subsidies for the industry.
Colorado Electric Vehicle Manufacturer Looks Ahead To Increased DemandPresident Joe Biden announced plans on Tuesday to replace the government's fleet of cars and trucks with electric vehicles made in the U.S.
Defamation Lawsuit: Dominion Voting Systems Sues Rudy Giuliani For $1.3 BillionDominion Voting Systems, based in Denver, is suing former President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani for $1.3 billion. They are going after him for defamation because of his claims about election fraud.
Feds Claim Colorado Man Jeffrey Sabol In Capitol Riot Tried To Flee To SwitzerlandA judge said that Jeffrey Sabol needed to remain behind bars as a danger to the community and a risk to flee.
Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition Ready For An Uphill Battle Amid New AdministrationWhile there's hope among immigrant communities, there's also hesitation after decades of uncertainty when it comes to immigration reform.
Sorority Sister In Denver Honors Vice President Kamala Harris: 'I’m Still Just In Awe'Vice President Kamala Harris was honored by her sorority on Wednesday for her historic accomplishments.
Some Coloradans Feel Hope After Historic InaugurationOne mother in Thornton believes the new administration will set a leading example.
Colorado Dreamers Look Ahead To President Biden's Immigration PolicyExperts anticipate an immediate shift in the rhetoric around immigration as well as a few policy changes early on.
Colorado Lawmakers Split On President Biden's First Actions In OfficePresident Biden's plea for unity comes amid what he calls cascading a crisis of COVID-19, the economy, climate and racial justice.