Legislature told the state’s colleges and universities they couldn’t raise tuition for any in-state undergraduate students by more than 2%.
Repealing a statewide ban on rent control makes sense given local policy factors into success as much as state policy
A bill introduced last week would end state testing for fourth and seventh graders, and save the state more than $1 million per year
There will be 24 lawmakers this year who secured a statehouse seat through a vacancy appointment, including no fewer than nine legislators who will have been appointed in a 12-month span
It’s legal to ask job applicants their age, high school graduation date or birth date. Senate Bill 58 would put an end to answering those awkward questions.
If a student needs additional resources, they would be referred to state-run program offering free therapy sessions
The Colorado Sun politics team added context, backstory and more to the governor’s State of the State address, the first public address since his inauguration.
The Colorado Sun spoke with local lawmakers about upcoming priorities during the 2023 legislative session.
Senate Bill 16 would set new greenhouse gas reduction goals of 65% from 2005 benchmark levels by 2035, 80% by 2040, 90% by 2045 and 100% in 2050
The surest bet is legislation that will expand Colorado’s red flag law, which, unaccountably, was not used in the case of the Club Q shooter.