Democrats could use the “nuclear option” to limit debate and prevent their calendar from being overrun as GOP lawmakers in the House stall
Dave Williams’ election as Colorado GOP chair has set off some Republican alarm bells. He says people should “relax.”
Williams, a former state lawmaker, has offered his opponents in the party chair race, including indicted former Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, official roles in the Colorado Republican Party
Weld County ignored a new Colorado law when redrawing its commissioner districts. Now it may face legal action.
House Bill 1047, passed in 2021, aimed to require Weld County to follow certain steps when drawing new county commissioner district boundaries. That didn’t happen.
Littwin: As some are proposing red-blue civil war, Colorado is content to oppose uncivil out-of-state laws
Legislators are now considering 3 bills that would prevent any out-of-state interference in Colorado’s abortion and gender-affirming care
Many Colorado teachers dig into their own pockets to buy classroom supplies. The state may soon pay them back.
A bipartisan bill would give 50,000 public school teachers an income tax credit of up to $1,000 to reimburse personally incurred expenses
Colorado governor, lawmakers take aim at students’ low math scores with new funding, training proposal
Colorado students across grades have increasingly struggled to make gains in math while falling short of grade-level benchmarks
Colorado lawmakers consider reforms to how family courts handle abuse allegations
Several people who testified in favor of the proposed reforms are plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against former custody evaluator Mark Kilmer, alleging fraud and breach of contract.
Nicolais: I’m a gun owner, but it’s now time to get guns off of our streets.
After their East High School classmate Luis Garcia died from a gunshot wound suffered two weeks ago, students directed their pain and anger at the Capitol to demand action
A piece of Colorado Capitol history is for sale on eBay for $9,000. State officials want it back.
A committee is debating whether to buy the sconce, ask that it be donated, or have state troopers go seize it, as they’ve done with other Capitol relics
After capping insulin copays, Colorado sets its sights on EpiPens
A proposed state law would cap out-of-pocket copays at $60 for a two-pack of epinephrine autoinjectors, which retail for $636 in Denver.