Colorado may limit how many pain pills doctors can prescribe as part of the state's fight against opioid addiction. It's one of several bills a bipartisan group of lawmakers will bring to the Capitol next year in hopes of debate and passage. We speak with a lawmaker who helped shape these proposals, and with her mother, whose struggle with addiction motivated her daughter to act. Then, oil and gas drilling is coming closer to a spot in Western Colorado where a nuclear bomb was detonated underground four decades ago.