Many Republican lawmakers at the Capitol argued the bill threatened to encroach on gun holders' rights under the Second Amendment.
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The compromise could mean a significant investment for Colorado’s transportation infrastructure. But a lot of it depends on voters.
Many Colorado politicians are trying to educate their colleagues on the state’s thriving marijuana market, even if they’re a tad annoyed by all the cherry picking of studies.
Most experts agree Colorado’s current congressional map doesn’t advantage a single party. Advocates want to keep it that way.
State Rep. Cole Wist, a Republican from Arapahoe County, has drawn ire from his party for supporting the so-called "Red Flag Warning" bill.
The open primary model adopted by voters in 2016 allows unaffiliated voters to cast a ballot in June's primary elections without joining a party.
The Republican has been stripped of his committee assignments following new allegations of harassment.
A federal judge struck down Tuesday the petition requirement that initially removed Lamborn from the ballot.
An exploratory committee has promised that if Denver gets the Olympics, it would be privately funded.
Unlike a version that passed the Republican-led state Senate, the Democratic measure spares employees from higher contributions.
The legislation would make it easier for tenants to take their landlords to court. It could also open the door to rent strikes.
Democrat state Rep. Alec Garnett proposed the bipartisan 'gun restraining order' bill, which empower judges to temporarily remove firearms from potentially dangerous people.
After weeks of debate, the city council will again take up a proposal to bar assault-style weapons, high-capacity magazines and bump stocks.