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A bill that would codify a 2018 federal court decision that struck down much of Colorado’s enforcement of its campaign finance system won party-line approval from a state Senate committee Monday.
While Democrats on a Senate committee want to find solutions for funding the state's schools, they aren't willing to touch lottery funds to do it.
Democrats have been talking about such legislation since the 2019 session opened, but their plans have been firming up lately.
Democrats want to change the way we elect our national leaders. Republicans are sounding the alarm.
A bill allowing public schools to offer information on the state's "safe haven" law regarding unwanted newborns has won preliminary approval from the Colorado state Senate.
Opponents say the switch could fracture the nation's two-party system.
A bill that originally required that schools provide "safe haven" information on dealing with unwanted newborns as part of the state's compreh…
Democratic lawmakers say they plan to introduce legislation to require that Colorado's oil and gas regulators make health and environmental co…
Kagan is the third Senate Democrat to announce plans to exit in coming weeks.