Bill To Outlaw Discrimination Based On Hairstyle Moves ForwardThe bill received initial approval in the state House.
U.S. Wilderness Protection Package Would Include ColoradoThe U.S. House of Representatives could approve a new wilderness protection package this week.
State Lawmakers Aim To Better Air Quality With Stricter PunishmentsA bill in the House Energy and Environment Committee would give people in heavily polluted areas a voice and some hope.
One Of Several Anti-Vaccination Bills Dies In Senate CommitteeA Senate committee heard a bill Monday that would bar employers - including health care facilities - from requiring employees to get vaccinated.
Ballots For Colorado Presidential Primary Now Being Sent OutColorado voters should start looking for their presidential primary ballot in the mail.
Pres. Trump To Visit Colorado Springs Feb. 20The president will appear with Sen. Cory Gardner.
Bill Would Increase Insurance Premiums For Disaster MitigationState lawmakers are trying to boost the funding for disaster mitigation.
Students Rally At State Capitol For Feminine Products In SchoolsRight now there is no mandate for schools to provide feminine products.
Faith Leaders Support Repeal Of Death PenaltyThe bill is being debated at the state Capitol.
Weekly Reality Check: Impeachment VoteCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd interviews Democrat & Republican analysts.
Colorado Lawmakers Take On Hair Discrimination BillDozens of black men and women came to the state capitol on Wednesday with stories of fearing repercussions for expressing their cultural identity through an ethnic hairstyle.
Colorado Senators Vote In Presidential Impeachment HearingBoth of Colorado's senators, Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet, voted along party lines during Wednesday's impeachment vote.
Rep. Diana DeGette Questions Vaping Companies On Capitol HillThe Democrat representing Colorado asked some tough questions about vaping and teen use.
Bitter Divide Of Congress On Display During State Of The UnionSandwiched between the chaotic Iowa caucuses and end of the impeachment trial, the State of the Union address was certain to be full of drama and theatrics.
Sen. Cory Gardner Invites Colorado Military Widow To State Of The UnionColorado's senior senator, Cory Gardner, will stand next to Kristen Christy whose husband, a veteran, died by suicide in Colorado.
Bill Gives Defendants 72-Hour Window To Appear In CourtA proposed law in Colorado would eliminate arrest warrants for those who fail to appear in court at their set time.
Colorado Rep. Joe Neguse Joined By Tom Mauser At State Of The UnionAfter his son, Daniel, was killed in the Columbine shooting, Tom Mauser was invited by then President Bill Clinton to attend his State of the Union speech.
Colorado Bill Aiming To Tighten Regulations On Pet Stores FailsA bill that would have created stricter regulations for the retail sale of puppies and kittens failed in the House Rural Affairs and Agriculture Committee by a five to six vote.
Monday Is The Last Day To Change Party AffiliationThis year, Colorado will hold a primary election instead of a caucus.
Denver Now Home To Michael Bloomberg Presidential Campaign OfficeAs super Tuesday gets closer, Michael Bloomberg became the latest Democratic presidential hopeful to open a campaign office in Colorado.
WEB EXTRA: CBS4 Political Specialist Interviews Michael Bloomberg One-On-OneCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd interviews Democratic Presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg as he opens a campaign office in Denver.
Lawmakers Consider Allowing Pharmacists To Dispense HIV Prevention MedicationThe bill passed its first committee.
Colorado Senators Vote On Impeachment Trial WitnessesSen. Cory Gardner voted no on additional witnesses.
This Week's Reality CheckCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd interviews Democrat analyst Mike Dino and Republican analyst Dick Wadhams.

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