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2015 Colorado Legislature
How communities support motivated people on their own, self-identified, path to self-sufficiency -- with not much money.
- The new 15-member commission will provide recommendations to the governor and state Legislature after facilitating discussion on the subject of Native American mascots in public eduction.Read more
More than 12 organizations are pledging nearly $2 million to keep a contraception program aimed at reducing teen pregnancy and abortion rates going.
Rep. Brittany Pettersen says homelessness is on the rise among Colorado kids -- and many of them hope to attend college but need more help to pay for it.
From a new felony DUI penalty to a range of workforce development policies, some of the bigger bills becoming law, three months after the end of the legislative session.
Now a fourth DUI conviction will be punishable by up to six years in prison and a fine of as much as $500,000.
The consumer loan bill passed in the final days of the legislature with strong bipartisan support. Progressive groups decried the policy however, and led the charge for a veto.