Colorado lawmakers in the state House will have their final debate on Monday night before an expected vote on a repeal of the death penalty. The state Senate passed the repeal on Jan. 31.
State Legislature Expecting Supreme Court Ruling This WeekThe state legislature reconvened Monday just long enough to go into recess again. Lawmakers adjourned two weeks ago due to concerns about COVID-19.
Colorado To Get More Coronavirus Funding As A 'Major Disaster Area'President Donald Trump approved a request by Gov. Jared Polis to declare a major disaster for Colorado.
Cory Gardner, Michael Bennet Applaud Senate's Passage Coronavirus Relief PackageSenate leaders of both parties agreed on a sweeping $2 trillion financial relief package to help American workers, businesses and the strained health care system survive the virus outbreak.
Colorado Family Of Victims React To Death Penalty RepealNathan Dunlap killed four at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in 1993, Sir Mario Owens and Robert Ray murdered trial witness Javad Marshall-Fields and his fiancee Vivian Wolfe.
Sen. Michael Bennet Urges Trump Administration To Help Solve PPE ShortageBennet said that the problem isn't up to the states to solve and they need help during the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado Congressman Ken Buck Warns Of 'Overreaction' To CoronavirusA Colorado congressman urges for "measured response" to coronavirus.
Rep. Jason Crow Wants To Help Small Businesses During CoronavirusThe Democrat wants to make it easier for them to get loans.
Sen. Cory Gardner Skypes While In Coronavirus QuarantineGardner, a Republican representing Colorado, was in his first day of quarantine after getting a call from Tri-County Health Department.
COVID-19 Spurs Gun Sales In ColoradoOne gun shop in Castle Rock says their business has increased by 300%.
The Colorado Capitol Is Now Closed Because Of Concerns About CoronavirusThe Colorado state capitol public tours are cancelled and as of Saturday March 14th, lawmakers will be staying away even though it's the middle of their session.
Sen. Cory Gardner Helps Pass Land & Water Conservation Funding BillThe conservation fund was created in 1965 but all the money hasn't been appropriated until now.
Public-Private Health Insurance Option Debated At State CapitolA bill to create a public-private health insurance option in Colorado is being heard at the state Capitol on Wednesday.
Columbus Day Repeal Bill In Colorado Heads To Governor's DeskA bill to repeal and replace Columbus day here in Colorado is headed to the governor’s desk.
Bill To Help 911 Dispatchers Clears Another HurdleA bill to help get 911 dispatchers the help they need passed a Colorado State House committee on Tuesday.
Colorado Bill Aims To Have Health Care Providers Disclose Sexual OffensesHealth care providers in Colorado could be required to share some of their legal history with patients. If Colorado lawmakers pass the bill, providers must disclose if they were convicted or disciplined for a sexual offense.
Air Toxins Bill Moving In State CapitolAdvocates and lawmakers gathered on Monday to support a bill protecting Colorado from harmful air toxins.
Special Olympians Testify In Support Of Special Olympics License PlateSome special Olympians testified at the state capitol on Monday.
Kendrick Castillo's Name To Be Added To C-470 A section of C-470 will be named after a teenager who helped save lives during the STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting.
Big Win For Andrew Romanoff In Colorado Democratic CaucusesRomanoff and John Hickenlooper are both looking to get the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate.
Candidates Brace For Next Step After Colorado Democratic CaucusesAt Saturday's Democratic Precinct Caucuses, the two leading Colorado Senate candidates, Andrew Romanoff and John Hickenlooper, faced off.
Romanoff & Hickenlooper Put To The Test In Colorado's Democratic CaucusesAndrew Romanoff claims victory after his campaign significantly outpaced that of former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s during the Democratic Caucus.
Gov. Jared Polis Signs Crown Act Into LawThe new law prohibits discrimination based on hairstyles.
Gov. Jared Polis Signs Crown Act Into LawThe new law will protect people from discrimination based on their hair.
New State Health Insurance Option Unveiled At State CapitolThe bill would create the Colorado Affordable Health Care Option.