The killing of a Douglas County deputy over a year ago helped spark the push for a law to temporarily remove guns from people judged to be a risk to themselves or others. But on Tuesday, county commissioners said if such a policy is enacted, they won't enforce it.
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Legislative rules allow for any lawmaker to request that a bill lined up for a vote be read at length.
Gov. Jared Polis and Attorney General Phil Weiser say Trump is violating the constitution by refusing to release grant money over immigration enforcement.
The minority party doesn’t have a lot of options to slow down the process.
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A measure to end the bi-annual clock change may end up on your 2020 Colorado ballot.
Rather than calling for national legalization, John Hickenlooper wants marijuana to no longer be a Schedule 1 controlled substance so it can be studied.
Under the old appeals system, veterans had to wait - generally for years - for a hearing before the Board of Veterans Appeals.
An estimated 5,000 gathered in Denver's Civic Center Park as Michael Hancock, Wellington Webb and others offered endorsements.
The Democratic candidate hosted a kick-off celebration in Denver’s Civic Center Park at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday night.
The state has only executed one person since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated capital punishment in 1976: Gary Lee Davis in 1997.
SB-181 would require state regulators to prioritize health and safety when deciding whether to grant new drilling permits.
Montezuma, Custer and Fremont counties have passed resolutions to support their sheriffs not enforcing a state "red flag" gun control bill if it becomes law. Weld County may soon join them.
Kyle Forti, three other Americans and their pilot were killed when their helicopter crashed on a remote island in northwest Kenya.
Of 29 jurisdictions, including Denver, only one in Oregon has yet to be cleared to receive the grants from 2017, a Justice Department spokesman told The Associated Press this week.
Hickenlooper released a campaign launch video Monday, making the pitch that Washington, D.C. needs dreamers who can get things done.