A bill that could remove cameras now heads to the full state Senate.
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The family leave bill would have committed Colorado to setting up a program funded by and available to every worker in the state.
Colorado legislators aren't exactly trying to gain control of federal lands in the state, but they are exploring the idea.
The Senate passed a measure to make it easier to sue schools in incidents of violence. It's now in the House.
The state has been propping up education funding with one-time money and those dollars are running out.
One bill would move Colorado’s child welfare watchdog out of the Department of Human Services, which runs the child protection system.
Proponents say the bill could help the state meet its transportation priorities.
The bill would extend murder charges to include a fetus from the point of conception. Opponents say it’s legally impossible to do that without compromising its mother’s rights.
A roundup of the 2015 legislative session shows that bills that made health care more efficient or expanded access passed. Those tied to social issues did not.
All three men say there may be too much testing currently, but say legislative efforts go too far.
Two bipartisan bills in the police reform package passed the House Judiciary committee with unanimous support.
Backers say school districts need to be held accountable and not shielded by governmental immunity.