John Hickenlooper supports raising the age for purchase of assault weapons and allowing judges to issue temporary restraining orders to keep people from having guns if there’s reason to believe they might pose a danger. We talk about inviting conservative voices to liberal campuses as Ann Coulter speaks at CU-Boulder tonight. And we meet Jim Howard, a fashion illustrators and the focus of a new exhibition at the Denver Museum of Art.
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Like other Democrats, Sen. Daniel Kagan believes the claim is nothing more than an effort to distract from harassment complaints filed against Republicans.
Hickenlooper backed the idea of allowing judges to issue temporary restraining orders to keep people from having guns if family members or law enforcement believed they might pose a danger.
The Colorado House and Senate have handbooks that say lawmakers’ aides and interns may not grant interviews with reporters.
Much of the extra $1.2 billion is spoken for as the state needs to fund a 2017 road construction initiative and to compensate local governments for other programs.
It’s not just that they’re barred from talking to the press.
"This commissioning will be a special day for our country and for Colorado," said Sen. Cory Gardner.
Craig Morgan, an attorney in Phoenix, worked on a sexual harassment investigation at Arizona's capital.
Protecting military satellites is the National Space Defense Center's first order, but some wonder if it's the first step toward a military space force.
Even as lawmakers unveiled a bill to take on PERA, they acknowledged it likely can’t pass in its current form.
People have not been coming to Colorado, "spending their last dime on cannabis and then lining up at soup kitchen queues" one of the study's authors says.
“Let's take the step of allowing marijuana to be available to researchers,” the congressman said.
In a wide ranging interview with Colorado Matters, the senator also addressed North Korea, and President Trump’s call for new trade tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Republicans said it would be a "dereliction of duty" to punt the appointment to the governor.
If safe lawmakers shoot down politically perilous bills, then vulnerable lawmakers can dodge a tough vote.