COLORADO- It’s a constitutional requirement for state lawmakers to come up with a balanced budget every year. This year, members of the house and senate
COLORADO SPRINGS- Issues pertaining to senior citizens was at the forefront of a town hall hosted by Senator Bob Gardner (R- Colorado Springs) and Representative
The bill calling for Equal Pay for Equal Work has made it out of the Colorado Senate and now heads to the House for consideration.
Gov. Jared Polis and Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera announced their plan to reduce healthcare costs for Coloradans Thursday morning in Denver.
COLORADO- A bill introduced in the legislature this week is already receiving criticism. It would allow cities and counties to enact “rent control” policies that
A controversial bill that would dramatically change how Colorado regulates its $32 billion oil and gas industry is on its way to Governor Polis’ desk.
COLORADO- Tuesday marks “Equal Pay Day,” a day to bring awareness to pay differences between men and women across the United States. In Colorado, on
Governor Polis signed the so-called “lemonade stand” bill into law Monday night, which allows children to operate temporary businesses without a license.
COLORADO- Ahead of the Colorado Springs’ municipal elections, there’s work being done at the state capitol that could have an impact on our future elections.
If signed into law as expected, there would be a legal process to allow law enforcement officers or family members to ask a court to temporarily remove guns from the possession of a person determined to be a danger to themselves or others.
COLORADO- Since the bill’s release, it’s been a point of discussion at the state capitol: how will the Senate’s top leader vote on the ‘Red
In a vote brought forward by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a resolution to support the Green New Deal failed in a 0-57 vote, with 43 Democrats just voting as “present.”
A second vote Friday evening followed hours of debate on the Second Amendment and due process on the Senate floor. If it passes a third vote in the Democrat-controlled Senate, it will return to the House for consideration of the amendments.
A bill to fund free full-day kindergarten for all in Colorado is now under consideration in the Colorado General Assembly, following up on a campaign promise made by Governor Jared Polis.
A bill to ban conversion therapy for minors in Colorado is now headed to Gov. Polis’ desk after being passed by the Senate Monday.