If safe lawmakers shoot down politically perilous bills, then vulnerable lawmakers can dodge a tough vote.
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"Cities like Denver and states like California are allowing criminal aliens to run loose, to kill, murder, maim or hurt our fellow Americans, " said State Rep. Dave Williams.
Senate Minority Leader Sen. Lucia Guzman said that Republican Senate leaders are “re-victimizing the victims” by refusing to introduce the resolution.
Tuesday night's gatherings begin the process of deciding which candidates will represent their parties in a variety races in November.
E.R. Dr. Emmy Betz and Dr. Larry Wolk, the head of the state's public health department, talk about a lack of funding for gun research, and a few bright spots.
Lebsock becomes the first state House member expelled since 1915, when Rep. William Howlett was ejected after he perjured himself.
As Democrats in the House push ahead with their effort to expel one of their members over sexual harassment, Republicans in both chambers are raising objections.
Every year since Neville was elected in 2014, he’s introduced a bill to allow concealed carry on school grounds.
Lebsock's case is testing the credibility of a workplace harassment policy that tries to balance victims' privacy concerns with transparency in government.
The Republican congressman said he found it 'disgraceful' that President Trump "promised our Vets change...yet incompetence and corruption remains."
What makes next Tuesday's caucuses so important is the fact that they draw the party faithful who are deeply interested in this race.
An outside investigator found allegations against the Thornton Democrat to be credible. A vote could come as early as Friday.
The horror of April 20, 1999 changed Patrick Neville and Samantha Haviland's lives in different ways, yet inspired both to take action and serve others.
Republicans and Democrats at the Capitol say they want to be sure prison population growth numbers are right before they appropriate funds.
A group of teens held a similar "lie-in" at the start of the week outside of the White House to demand tougher gun laws.