About 150 teachers and students rallied at the state Capitol Wednesday calling for fewer standardized tests.
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Friday is the deadline for Colorado to respond to the first suit that was filed by Nebraska and Oklahoma.
A product called Palcohol could go on sale this year, according to the company. Lawmakers are supporting regulation.
Following federal approval last week, powered alcohol could go on sale before summer.
Republican House Minority Leader Brian DelGrosso says agreeing on spending priorities will be tough.
As state lawmakers are grappling with ways to address the concerns raised by drones, they're increasingly in our skies.
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The bills proposed by Democratic representatives would address a series of concerns including police use of body cameras and restraint holds.
Funding for a key element of the state's teen pregnancy prevention efforts now rests in the hands of a divided state Legislature.
The governor says he won't support efforts to ban fracking in the state.
The group will send its recommendations to the governor and lawmakers later this week. Over five months, it has wrestled with how much control local communities should have in drilling decisions.
One-third the way into the legislative session and lawmakers are mired in a few pitched battles.
Under the bill, doctors performing abortions would have to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
The two sides don’t even agree on what to call the bill. Backers call it the "Colorado Death With Dignity Act," while opponents call it assisted suicide.
State Sen. Kevin Lundberg believes deregulation would allow parents more legal options for care. Opponents say regulation isn't the problem.