This week, we’re highlighting important bills that came out of the state legislature this session. Today, our focus is new laws related to the environment.
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In August, convicted killer Nathan Dunlap is supposed to die by lethal injection. Twenty years ago, Dunlap killed four and critically injured another at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in Aurora.
Bill Robles has attended the trials of some of the most notorious criminals in history. They include Charles Manson, the Unabomber, and the men who blew up the federal building in Oklahoma City.
The Gang of Eight, including Senator Michael Bennet, of Colorado, hope their bill to overhaul immigration doesn’t lose momentum.
In our regular Friday feature, we read your letters, Facebook posts, and Website comments. This week, online taxes raise ire.
Colorado Matters marks the end of a jam-packed session of the state legislature by checking back in with two of the most powerful figures at the State Capitol -- House Speaker Mark Ferrandino (D-Denver) and House Minority Leader Mark Waller (R-Colorado Springs).