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.
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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.
Currently, more than a million gallons of leftover paint are sitting in half-filled, sticky cans in Colorado. A new bill aims to find a way to recycle it.
Bonanza may follow the 43 other Colorado towns that went extinct in the past 10 years.
Senate committee to hear testimony on a bill to repeal criminal background checks for private gun sales.
How much should food companies have to tell you about the genetic makeup of their products? GMO labeling efforts in Colorado and other states have both sides looking for a national solution.
The bill came up last year, and the Governor didn't support it.
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