Opening day

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

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


> COVER STORY | A whodunit at the Capitol as Republicans ponder their rocky election

> COVER STORY 2 | A hard look at 2018’s GOP ‘soft money’

> Colorado lawmakers reintroducing 'red flag' gun bill

> Colorado Senate committee OKs rules on driver cellphone use

> More elementary school social workers would be hired under bill approved by Colo. House committee

> GOP lawmaker wants Colorado Lottery funds to be used for education

> Bipartisan bill would expand access to ID cards for undocumented immigrants

> Colo. House committee kills bill to broaden pharmacy options for patients

> Republican state lawmaker postpones controversial 'badge fee' bill

> Bill to change how we elect presidents advances through Colorado House committee

> Colorado maternal mortality bill aims to reduce childbirth deaths

> Abortion ban shot down in the Colorado House for the 7th time

> Committee advances ban on conversion therapy for gay minors to full Colorado House

> Audit: Colorado controller's office accounting errors totaled hundreds of millions of dollars

> As lawmakers consider major preschool expansion, Colorado providers want more than just extra seats

> Could Uber, Lyft play a part in Colorado's transportation funding saga?

> Colorado Ethics Commission ups limit on gifts for officials; complaints against Hickenlooper advance

> CAPITOL M | Feb. 3-9: Cute dogs edition (PHOTOS)

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