Legislative action is needed to continue the Office of Consumer Counsel, but Republicans and Democrats have different ideas about its future.
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Of those original 10, six of the bills have passed or are close to passing.
If the bill becomes law, Colorado would be among the few states to give express permission for victims to sue schools for negligence.
The House speaker, a Democrat, is pushing an effort to let the state keep money it would otherwise have to send back to taxpayers.
The Republican-controlled state Senate committee defeated the measure Wednesday evening on a party line vote.
A GOP-led Senate committee rejected legislation that would have prohibited Native American mascots at Colorado schools unless a tribe approved.
The proposal would sell billions of dollars worth of bonds with the goal of shoring up the state’s pension fund.
The Colorado Senate has approved a $350 million plan to put Colorado State University buildings at the National Western Stock Show site in Denver.
A bill that could remove cameras now heads to the full state Senate.
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.