Under the bill, doctors performing abortions would have to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
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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.
Senate Republicans advanced two bills to repeal laws passed in the wake of mass shootings in Aurora and Newtown, Connecticut. But it was a different story in the House.
Limited services begin today after Republicans in the Colorado Legislature last month drastically reduced the program.
A $23.6 million private donation that supported IUD access for low-income teens is running out, and $5 million in state money would help it continue.
Republicans voted last week to dissolve a state commission looking into the pay gap between men, women, and other groups. A bill to revive it will be heard today.
Republicans on the Joint Budget Committee at the Legislature panel voted to freeze funding for immigrant driver’s license applications.
The pay disparity in Colorado is higher than the national average, according to newly-released federal data.
Democratic House Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst said she wants to wait for legislative recommendations from the governor's task force on fracking.
Republicans decided Wednesday to largely cut off funding for a program that grants drivers licenses to undocumented immigrants.
Incoming Attorney General Cynthia Coffman talks about same-sex marriage, the death penalty, marijuana and more.
In response to an interview about a new bill to require Colorado high schools get approval for using American Indian mascots, a listener wrote in about the terminology used in the piece.
Jury selection for the trial of James Holmes starts today. If found guilty, he could either get the death penalty, a long prison sentence, or time in the state's mental health system.
On TABOR, Hickenlooper stopped short of directing lawmakers to go to voters to allow the state to keep budget surpluses that must be refunded.