Colorado State Capitol Building

The Colorado Capitol building in Denver.

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


> Polis: Measure shifting Colorado oil and gas regulation is days away

> COVER STORY | Building answers to Colorado's mountain housing crisis

> Senate panel OKs expansion of Colorado driver's license program for undocumented immigrants

> Bill to let Coloradans with mental health disorders create advance orders headed to Polis' desk

> Bill banning e-cigarettes in most public places advances to Colorado House

> Colorado sex education bill advances in Senate (VIDEO)

> Sex-education bill won't change much for most larger Colorado school districts (VIDEO)

> Colorado House committee approves 'reinsurance' bill intended to lower health premiums

> Bill to ease foster kids' access to driver's licenses passes Colorado House committee

> Colorado bill would let school boards meet privately on negotiating strategy

> Bill would extend statute of limitations for unreported sexual abuse in Colorado

> Safe haven bill clears Colorado House committee

> Bill to open files on police internal probes headed to Colorado Senate

> Bill setting limits on plastic straws dies in Colorado House committee

> Sen. Sonnenberg's plans to tap lottery funds for Colorado schools fails in Senate committee

> State Senate President Garcia: State needs to reopen Cañon City area prison

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