There are just four working days left in the state legislative session, and around 130 bills still actively in the process.
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U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor is in Denver today to dedicate the new seat of judicial power in Colorado. The Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center is downtown, catty-corner from the state Capitol.
At the stroke of midnight on May 1st, civil unions will be legal in this state.
With lawmakers working overtime to get their bills through before the session ends, Governor John Hickenlooper has a lot of decisions to make about which he'll sign, and which he may give the axe.
Feedback to stories on homelessness and a bill that could force certain criminals to hand over their DNA lead our regular Friday listener feedback feature.