Supporters of the measure haven't given up yet, and hope to have a family leave fund set up by 2023.
There Are Just 2 Weeks Left In The Legislative Session. Here’s What Majority Democrats Still Want To Get Done
The clock is ticking on an ambitious agenda.
Denver voters could decriminalize the possession and personal use of psilocybin mushrooms if they pass Initiative 301.
The measure would cover some of the most costly medical bills, and would especially benefit rural Coloradans.
Amendments still did not win over some business leaders, but it was enough for Democrats on a key Senate committee.
The immunization debate in Colorado is heating up again as the Colorado legislature considers new restrictions on vaccine exemptions.
The bill would prompt employers and employees to contribute to a state fund that would accommodate up to 12 weeks paid leave.
The secretary also talked about a controversial new software the VA is developing, as well as working to lower veteran suicide.
Finance Committee members agreed to hold off their vote on the FAMLI Act while the sponsors work on amendments.
Mountain and Denver suburb counties fared well, while southern Colorado counties such as Costilla and Huerfano did poorly.