Gov. Jared Polis Signs Executive Order To Protect Tenants From Being EvictedUnder the new order, tenants have 30 days to resolve any default for nonpayment of rent.
Lawmakers Consider Historic Investment In Kids' Mental HealthOne of the most ambitious mental health bills in state history is making its way through the legislature.
More Colorado Delegates Urge Congress To Pass SAFE ActThe SAFE Act would allow states that have legalized marijuana to use banks and credit unions.
Colorado Lawmakers Take Up Another Police Accountability Bill With Some ChangesLawmakers in Colorado are debating two bills on police accountability.
Colorado Congressman Ken Buck Declares 'Huge Win' For Parler's Reinstatement In Apple StoreColorado Congressman Ken Buck applauded a decision to re-instate the Parler App in Apple's app store.
Gov. Jared Polis Signs 2 Gun Safety Bills Into Law, Including ‘Isabella Joy Thallas Act’Two new gun safety bills were signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis on Monday.
Colorado Man Jeffrey Sabol To Remain Jailed After Attack On US CapitolA federal judge in Washington, D.C., has denied bail for a Colorado geophysicist accused of dragging a police officer down steps to be beaten by an American flag outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Colorado Maternal Health Care Bill Aims To Improve Pregnancy Outcomes For Minority WomenColorado lawmakers are considering a bill to improve maternal health aimed at bettering pregnancy outcomes for minority women.
Amache Incarceration Site In Colorado Could Become New National ParkTwo U.S. lawmakers representing Colorado are coming together to introduce a bill to designate the Amache Incarceration Site near Granada, Colorado as a national park.
Colorado Lawmakers Discuss Bill To Protect Farm WorkersA bill at the capitol to protect farm workers comes as a man died in a farming accident in La Salle.
Bill Aimed At Banning Traveling Circuses In Colorado Passes Through CommitteeColorado lawmakers are debating a bill that would ban traveling circuses in the state.
Colorado Bill Would Prohibit Traveling Animal ShowsColorado lawmakers moved closer to passing a bill that would prohibit using certain animals in traveling performances like circuses, facing opposition from livestock and rodeo groups who claim the measure threatens their livelihood.
Marijuana Delivery & Consumption Clubs Closer To Being Approved By Denver City CouncilDelivery service and the establishment of consumption clubs are two of the bigger shifts Denver could implement with a final vote next week.
Denver City Council To Vote On Marijuana Delivery ProposalDenver city councilors will vote on whether to allow marijuana delivery services at their regular city council meeting on Monday.
Lee Hart, Wife Of 1984 Presidential Hopeful Gary Hart, Passes AwayLee Hart, the wife of former U.S. Sen. Gary Hart of Colorado, has died. She was 85. 
Sen. Michael Bennet Champions Pres. Biden's Child Tax CreditThe new child tax credit is part of the American Rescue Plan signed into law by Pres. Biden.
Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse Plays Role In Gun Control Action By Pres. Joe BidenRep. Joe Neguse, a Democrat representing Colorado's 2nd Congressional District, including Boulder, joined Pres. Biden in the gun control announcement.
Sen. John Hickenlooper Visits Breweries On National Beer DaySen. John Hickenlooper visited local Colorado breweries for National Beer Day.
State House Lawmakers Pass Bill To Improve RTD RidershipA bill in the state legislature would include more affordable fares to ride RTD buses and light rails.
Bill Aimed At Protecting Children Around Domestic Violence Passes CommitteeDomestic violence survivors say their children are being put at risk by courts who don't understand the impact of abuse on kids.
Colorado Voting Laws In The Spotlight After MLB All-Star Game Comes To Coors FieldThe voting laws in Colorado are in the spotlight after it was announced that the MLB All-Star Game was coming to Coors Field.
Spotlight Put On Colorado Voting Laws After All Star Game Comes To Coors FieldCoors Field last hosted the All Star Game in 1998.
Schools With Native American Mascots Would Face $25,000 Fine Per Month Under New Colorado BillColorado schools with Native American mascots face steep fines under a bill that's making its way through the state legislature.
Colorado Groups Working In Critical Outdoor Missions Excited By Federal Spending PlanWhen President Joe Biden announced a $2 trillion infrastructure bill, several groups in Colorado rejoiced as they crawled closer to a much needed increase in funding.

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