The governor doesn’t feel capital punishment is fairly administered, is disproportionate and depends largely on where a person lives and who the prosecutor is.
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Colorado Senate President Leroy Garcia said Tuesday that he won't support the controversial bill that would allow courts to temporarily remove firearms from people who are determined to be a danger to themselves or others. Democrats cannot lose any other Democratic votes or the measure will fail.
The dispute started when Republicans, angry at how quickly Democrats were moving an oil and gas bill through the Senate, asked that a different 2,000-page bill be read out loud in the chamber.
Gov. Polis says he won't interfere with the relationship between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities — a stance that is likely to disappoint immigration advocates and some state lawmakers.
Gov. Jared Polis is unfazed by recall efforts underway, but says the groups, upset over several bills, shouldn't be surprised. “This is exactly what I said I would do during the campaign.”
The campaign is worried the winner of the national popular vote may not match up with the winner of Colorado’s majority of voters.
Another vote approving the bill is needed before it is sent back to the House, which has already approved it, to consider Senate amendments.
Most of the senators and representatives support the contents of Robert Mueller's report being released to the public.
Colorado’s shift from purple toward blue leaves Gardner in an unenviable spot when it comes to Trump and his policies.
Coloradans voted in 2005 to let the state avoid tax refunds for a five-year period. The new ballot question would make the change in tax law permanent.
All that was missing was a warm sweater and cozy fire as the former Governor held Colorado's successes up as a model for what he would do for the country if elected.
Finance Committee members agreed to hold off their vote on the FAMLI Act while the sponsors work on amendments.
More than a decade ago, Colorado lawmakers promised to phase in full-day kindergarten as parents across the state demanded. It didn't happen.
Court Rules That Democrats' Use Of Computers To Accelerate The Reading Of A Bill Is Unconstitutional
Senate Democrats had tried the tactic after Republicans requested a 2,000-page bill be read at length to slow down the pace of Democratic-backed legislation.
Polis has only been in office for two months and two groups want to recall him over gun control, oil and gas regulation and the national popular vote compact.