Rows of file folders containing bills are pictured in a Colorado State Senate desk drawer on April 30, 2019 in the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. (Andy Colwell for Colorado Politics)

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

> COVER STORY | The influencers: A look at how lobbying works at the Colorado Capitol

> COVER STORY 2 | Meet key influencers at the Colorado Capitol

> Polis: Colorado National Guard won't enforce Trump's ban on transgender troops

> 2019 General Assembly: Final day's a flurry of bill action

> Colorado Senate rejects new tobacco, vaping taxes

> Colorado legislature passes bill postponing road funding ballot question until 2020

> Colorado Senate approves sports betting referendum

> House OKs Denver Clerk Johnson for state ethics panel

> House names portion of highway for teacher killed at Columbine (VIDEO)

> Scaled-back sex-education bill gets early Senate OK without a fight

> Controversial vaccination bill stalls in Colorado state legislature

> Colorado gun rights group plans to sue Polis, state over 'red flag' gun law

> Colorado pot bills for hospitality rooms, home delivery head to the governor

> Colorado school finance act wins preliminary OK with changes

> Bills on polystyrene packaging, rural business die in Colorado legislature's last week

> Senate gives preliminary OK to conservation easement reform

> Family leave study bill clears Colorado legislature

> Bill to allow Canadian prescription drugs into Colorado wins preliminary OK in House

> Colorado Climate Action Plan passes legislature, goes to Polis

> Polis poised to sign 2 bills overhauling mental health care system

> Colorado Legislature passes insulin price cap

> Colorado Senate amends but approves local minimum wage option

> Retiring Colorado chief House clerk Eddins lauded for motherly nature, guarding moon rock

> Colorado full-day kindergarten bill heads to Polis

> Colorado Senate gives first approval to state climate action plan

> Backlog of bills spurs talk of special session at Colorado Capitol

> CAPITOL M | Special edition: Great and Honorable Chili Commission Cook-off 2019

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