Representative Mark Ferrandino rose from a childhood in special education classes to become the first openly gay speaker of Colorado's House. As he departs due to term limits, Ferrandino looks back over his time in office.
State lawmakers tackle a broad spectrum of issues across 12 major topics in the 2014 legislative session.
The bill also provides more money to clean up illegal tire dumps and establish a system for recycling the waste.
Colorado lawmakers approve a bill intended to help consumers of marijuana edibles know the potency of the product.
Lawmakers run out of time to forge a deal on legislation that would give more control of oil and gas drilling to Colorado communities.
The proposal sets up a process to spend the more than $24 million raised on taxes from retail marijuana this year.
A state representative and retired doctor thinks there should be an easier way for very sick patients to take medications that haven't yet been approved by the FDA.
Five bills are designed to modernize Colorado's telecommunications policies in part by streamlining the process for building new broadband internet infrastructure.
More than half of Colorado's counties are struggling to recruit and retain enough doctors, and the problem is especially acute away from the cities. Now lawmakers want to do something about it.