Opening day

The Senate during the opening day of the Colorado state Legislature at the Capitol on Jan. 4 in Denver.

Here are highlights of this week's Colorado Politics coverage of the state legislature and the Polis administration.


> Colorado's state budget on its way to Polis for approval

> Polis signs controversial 'red flag' gun bill into law

> TRAIL MIX | Let us recall how to remove an official

> Could dropping the state gas tax help fund transportation in Colorado?

> Effort to reduce Colorado dropout rate may get $1.5M boost

> Census outreach bill clears the Colorado House

> Colorado literacy bill mandating more teacher training advances

> Bill banning firefighting foam that contaminated Colorado aquifer advances in legislature

> Colorado legislature passes bill expanding driver's license program for undocumented immigrants

> Polis creates commission to boost employee-owned businesses

> Colorado's sex-education bill may fall victim to lack of funding

> Colorado lawmaker hopes bill will get more kids vaccinated (VIDEO)

> Colorado full-day kindergarten bill clears first legislative hurdle

> With school finance act on the horizon, Colorado's rural schools hope for another one-time push

> Colorado lawmakers advance ambitious family leave bill

> Western State College a step closer to new name

> Will Colorado reform its checkerboard of school taxes? Not this year.

> Bill to provide menstrual hygiene products at local jails passes Colorado legislature

> COLORADO STATEHOUSE ROUNDUP | CoPo's coverage of Capitol action, April 1-5

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