Colorado State Capitol

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


> Colorado House passes big oil & gas bill; negotiations ahead over amendments

> 'Red flag' gun bill passes Colorado Senate by one vote

> Colorado Senate sends $30.5B state budget to House

> Bipartisan deal finds $106M more for transportation in Colorado

> Greeley Democrat is target in massive recall push aimed at lawmakers

> Judge dismisses conservation-easement lawsuit; Colorado lawmakers propose a partial fix

> Bill opening Colorado police internal affairs files to public headed to Polis' desk

> Polis signs Colorado hospital transparency law

> As free full-day kindergarten nears reality in Colorado, advocates press their case

> Colorado oil debate gets personal as lawmakers weigh rules

> Democratic state Senate president will vote no on 'red flag' gun bill

> Should Colorado teens get a vote in school board elections? These legislators think so

> House Republicans target oil and gas measure with filibuster

> Polis: Sheriffs would have right to prioritize red-flag gun law

> COVER STORY | Pain over preservation: A battle rages over conservation easements

> Symbolic gesture: Polis rolls out new Colorado logo

> Costs and benefits to Colorado weighed at another oil and gas hearing

> Colorado state budget lands with a $30.5 billion price tag

> Educators tout trickle-down effect of full-day kindergarten on Colorado preschoolers

> Polis talks health care, schools, innovation in 2nd State of the State

> Bill introduced to enact Polis plan on full-day kindergarten

> Senate favors cheaper Canadian drugs for Colorado

> Colorado Senate Democrats block Republican as prime co-sponsor of full-day kindergarten bill

> Senate sends ban on conversion therapy for minors back to House

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