Laws that criminalize activities associated with being homeless are not the right approach to dealing with the issue, the report says.
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On Wednesday, lawmakers begin hearings on a bill to let a terminally ill patient end their life with drugs prescribed by a doctor.
People with criminal backgrounds who try to turn their lives around say they enounter a demoralizing barrier on job applications.
Colorado's $1.2 billion plan would eventually widen the highway to 10 lanes. But will that eliminate congestion or just create more traffic?
Hunger Free Colorado says the state is ranked 46th in the nation for access to food stamps.
Hickenlooper delivered his State of the State speech Thursday, laying out his vision for his second and final term.
Health care policy promises to be a major headliner during the legislative session that began Wednesday.
As lawmakers start the 2016 session, Colorado's governor lays out his biggest priorities, and faces questions about promises made last year.
The budget will likely be a big issue during a session that will also see debates over housing and abortion.
A housing tax credit and making leveling the "playing field" for Coloradans are on House Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst's agenda in 2016.
A group at the University of Denver proposes a new way to hold lawmakers accountable, and get them to tackle big issues.
In our series about bills that died and live again, we get some historical perspective from two longtime lobbyists.
Two Colorado lawmakers hope for a different outcome in 2016 after their bill died twice at the Capitol earlier this year.
Listeners react to recent Colorado Matters stories.