Colorado's so-called "red flag" bill will proceed to the Senate after the state House voted Monday to approve it, largely along party lines.
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The Colorado House voted mostly along party lines to approve changes to the state's comprehensive sex education curriculum for public schools.
A bill to allow safe injection sites for drug users in Denver isn't likely in the 2019 session, House and Senate Democrats said.
Colorado Republicans are licking their wounds after their 2018 losses. Does the Neville family share in the blame?
The Republican minority leader of the Colorado House likened supervised drug injection sites to a separate lane for drunk drivers.
Sen. Angela Williams and other key lawmakers forecast what's ahead on the eve of the General Assembly's opening day.
Their numbers will be diminished in the upcoming legislative session, but Colorado House and Senate Republican aren’t demoralized.
It confounds me why we can’t talk constructively about guns in this state, or this nation, without both sides shutting down. Indecision lives in gridlock.
Colorado State Rep. KC Becker, D-Boulder, laughs at a jab at Gov. John Hickenlooper as the Colorado House of Representatives convened for the …