The House Judiciary Committee holds its first hearing Monday on special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russian election meddling.
The Denver Post reports the sheriffs argued in a brief to the Colorado Supreme Court Monday that civilians should also have access to larger magazines carried by police.
Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill that would double many wildlife fines in an effort to increase funding to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Beginning on August 2, all fire departments in Colorado will be prevented from using the Class B firefighting foam for training purposes; it can only be used in real-life emergencies. Then in August of 2021, the sale of foams containing the PFAS will be banned completely. Manufacturers will also be required to disclose the chemical composition of their products.
A school psychologist and wife of Colorado’s state treasurer will take the place of a state lawmaker who resigned last month.
Comparing the preliminary numbers with the historical record, lawmakers introduced the fewest bills this session since 2012. Yet the 460 bills that passed are the most since Bill Ritter was Governor in 2010.
The Governor also unveiled his roadmap and says his goal is for Colorado to achieve 100% renewable energy by 2040.
Under the newly passed law, those caught with small amounts of these drugs would face a misdemeanor instead of a felony charge. Dealers would still be punished with a felony, however.
A new law in Colorado will soon prevent local governments and local law enforcement from holding onto an inmate for longer than their sentence, in order to satisfy an immigration detainer request from federal authorities.
The boycott announced by Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold of state-funded travel to Alabama will save taxpayers less than $1,000 a year according to state purchasing records acquired and reviewed by News 5 through a Colorado Open Records Act Request.
The law requires an insurance carrier to keep that price cap no matter how much or what type of insulin a patient requires to control their diabetes.
The proposal includes raising the age to purchase all firearms to 21 years of age, universal background checks, a standard for gun licensing, limits on magazine capacities, and banning “weapons of war”
Griswold says she will not allow Colorado Department of State employees to travel to Alabama for training and is calling on other state and local agencies to boycott the state after it passed the country’s most-restrictive anti-abortion law earlier this week.
President Trump on Thursday laid out a merit-based plan that would give preferential treatment to high-skilled workers. He says right now the U.S. immigration laws “discriminate against genius” and “discriminate against brilliance” because most of the green cards are given to low-skilled people who would make low wages.
COLORADO- A bill signed into law this week by Governor Jared Polis, could mean money back into schools using Colorado produce, meat, and dairy in