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Retail marijuana tax revenue could fund substance abuse treatment and programs to keep kids away from the drug.
The bill extending the nation's debt ceiling passed, but all of Colorado's GOP members voted against it.
State lawmakers are moving to pass a raft of bills meant to address flood damage, but some residents have problems legislation can't solve.
A few weeks after recreational marijuana stores opened their doors in Colorado, state transportation officials plan to start a campaign against drugged driving.
The EPA has proposed caps on emissions for new power plants. Officials in northeast Colorado asked the Governor to oppose them.
Republicans failed this week in their latest attempt to repeal expanded gun background checks but the governor says he would support a subtle change to the law.
Colorado's energy industry and state regulators learned some lessons from last September's floods. That knowledge could help prevent some damage the next time high water hits the state's oil and gas fields.
Gov. John Hickenlooper has asked for such a campaign and says the state has one in the works. Meanwhile, teachers are asking for more drug counselors.
In an interview with CPR, the governor talked about efforts to repeal gun measures, what still needs to be done to keep marijuana from children and proposed rules on carbon emissions.
Marijuana use is legal in Colorado, but employers still have the right to fire you for it. That could change later this year.
A standing-room only crowd showed up at the Capitol, Monday, to testify on a bill that would reverse a law expanding background checks for private gun sales.