2016 Colorado Legislature
- A Senate bill is dead. A House bill is still alive, but it’s not exactly kicking.Read more
- The bill limits the use of solitary confinement to four hours without approval of the head of the state Division of Youth Corrections.Read more
The state Supreme Court ruled that Colorado has been incorrectly applying a tax credit that allows oil and gas companies to write off certain costs.
- Colorado needs to come up with more than $100 million. It incorrectly charged taxes to oil and gas companies, the state Supreme Court says.Read more
- Because of a procedural change, bill hearings and votes can happen extremely rapidly as the session winds up.Read more
- The legislation is expected to move swiftly through the process.Read more
- The three bills that advanced would extend tax credits for developers, provide savings incentives, and use state funds to help residents pay rent.Read more