While the extended order doesn't outlaw evictions, it's aimed at giving tenants more time to secure enough money to prevent being removed from their homes.
Colorado wants to ensure teachers know how to teach reading. But some say proposed rules lack teeth and transparency.By Ann Schimke Education Primary category in which blog post is published
A Colorado lawmaker brought a short-term rental bill he never intended to pass. It created an uproar.By Jason Blevins Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
A Snapchat video of a 13-year-old boy’s suicide roiled a Colorado town — and left police chasing social media ghostsBy Jennifer Brown Health Primary category in which blog post is published
Magazines that hold more than 15 rounds of ammunition are still being sold in Colorado. Legislators thought that they banned them, but gun store employees describe a loophole in the law.
Colorado’s former attorney general wanted grand jury investigation of priest abuse scandal — but didn’t get it
Cynthia Coffman explains why the Catholic Church investigation was handled the way it was -- and why she is now calling for legislative change
California's beefed-up new data-privacy law means Colorado firms are on the hook starting Jan. 1, while Colorado's own regulations could soon allow residents to tell companies “Don't sell my data”
Colorado’s consumer protection laws are getting much tougher — and that could help with the state’s opioid lawsuit
The state’s consumer protection laws were ranked among the weakest in the U.S. by a consumer advocacy group. The legislature responded, passing an overhaul 30 years in the making that Attorney General Phil Weiser said is “a big deal"
ICEholes now can be fined for parking in EV charging spots, but the death of a direct-to-consumer sales bill may keep electric truck maker Rivian from opening its first-ever store in Colorado
Colorado’s prisons offer free tampons to female inmates. The state’s jails might soon be required to as well.
House Bill 1224 arose out of an effort two years ago in the Colorado legislature. “There are jails that do not understand this,” said Denver Sheriff Department Chief Elias Diggins.
Voters were last asked to overturn a law approved by the Colorado General Assembly in 1932. And it worked.
A little-known Colorado law written to protect recycling stands is in the way of cities that want to outlaw straws, plastic grocery bags and Styrofoam containers
More than 90,000 Coloradans private data has been breached -- at least that's what we know of thanks to a new state law