Controversial Bill Surrounding Sex Offenders To Get First Committee HearingA bill at the Colorado state legislature is causing some controversy.
Lawmaker Pushes Bill To Cap Cost Of InsulinA bill which aims to cap the cost of insulin has its first committee hearing on Wednesday.
Push Underway To Regulate High Potency Marijuana In ColoradoA bill in the state legislature would make it harder for young people to get medical marijuana and would limit how much they could get each day.
Colorado's House Passes Bill To Help Prevent Opioid OverdosesThe Colorado House of Representatives voted to pass two bills which aim to make life-saving overdose reversal drugs more widely accessible.
Colorado Leaders Back Proposal For Mental Wellness ChecksAt least one Denver metro area district attorney is throwing support for a bill which would allow Coloradans to receive mental wellness checks like physical screenings.
Colorado's Human Composting Bill Signed Into LawColorado is now the second state in the country, behind Washington, to offer this alternative burial process.
U.S. Congressmen Join Colorado Teacher & Students To Make a Japanese Internment Camp A National Historic SiteMore than 70 years after a Japanese internment camp in Colorado closed, it could become a national historic site and part of the National Park System.
Bill To Create New Insurance Option Passes State HouseAn effort to lower health care costs in Colorado is moving through the state legislature.
Sen. Michael Bennet Announces Re-Election Campaign With Support Of Gov. Jared Polis, Sen. John HickenlooperSen. Michael Bennet announced his re-election campaign for U.S. Senate on Monday.
'Votercade' in Denver Advocates For Voters’ RightsOn Saturday in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood, it seemed like a small group of people was getting ready for a small quiet event. They decorated their cars quietly for a “votercade.”
Rep. Diana DeGette Asks For Federal Funds So Denver Can Buy Hotel Where Homeless Would Be HousedRep. Diane DeGette, a Democrat, wants $2 million in federal funds so Denver can buy the Stay Inn hotel at Peoria Street and East 38th Ave.
Bill For Early Childhood Education Department Unveiled In DenverGov. Jared Polis helped unveil a bill which will create a state Department of Early Childhood Education in Colorado.
Large Part Of $5 Billion Transportation Bill Focuses On Electric CarsA wide ranging and slightly bipartisan bill to transform Colorado’s transportation system and usher in a new era around electric cars, buses and trucks was introduced at the capitol on Monday.
State Lawmakers Consider Fees On Everything From Gas To Pizza Delivery To Fix Colorado's RoadsA draft of a bill by Democrats in the state legislature includes about $3.9 billion in new fees and $1.5 billion in general fund and stimulus dollars.
State House Approves Extension Of Takeout, Delivery Of Alcoholic BeveragesThe state House passed a bipartisan bill to extend the period of time that restaurants and bars can offer takeout and delivery of alcoholic beverages.
Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse Hosts Hearing On Wildland Fires, Recovery EffortsRep. Joe Neguse is hoping to shift some money from firefighting to new efforts to prevent wildfires.
Colorado Leaders Criticize & Applaud President Biden's Address To Joint Session Of CongressShortly after the president's address, Colorado's governor and state delegates responded with their take on his comments and promises.
Global Supertanker Could Change Mission To Help COVID ResponseThe world’s largest firefighting plane based in Colorado Springs has been grounded and could be converted to help fight against another crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic.
Colorado Lawmakers Share What They Expect From President Biden's AddressBoth Congressmen Ken Buck and Joe Neguse tell CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd what they hope President Joe Biden will talk about in his address to Congress.
Colorado Governor Signs Law To Import Prescription Drugs From Canada & International MarketsColorado is at the front of the pack as states across the country look to lower prescription drug costs.
Colorado Will Gain 8th U.S. House Seat Based On CensusAfter booming population growth over the past decade, Colorado will gain an eighth U.S. House seat after the release of new U.S. Census Bureau data.
Colorado Bill On Refining Police Reform Law Clears First CommitteeLawmakers on both sides believe adjustments to a current police reform bill are needed.
State Senator: 'We Still Have Work To Do' While Senate Takes Up Police Accountability BillThe Colorado Senate took up police reform debates Wednesday morning - the day after Derek Chauvin, a former police officer in Minneapolis, was convicted of killing George Floyd.
Colorado Lawmakers Debate Spending Eyepopping Amount Of Money On Children's EducationMembers of the Senate Education Committee found themselves in an unusual place on Wednesday.