- Colorado right-to-die bill approved by House panel Updated: Feb-05-16 2:25 am
DENVER - A Democrat-led state House committee has approved a Colorado right-to-die bill that would provide a legal option for the terminally ill to end their lives.
- Panel OKs second Utah medical marijuana plan of the day Updated: Feb-04-16 9:30 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A panel of Utah lawmakers approved a bill that would allow tens of thousands of residents with chronic or debilitating conditions to consume edible pot products but bans smoking pot.
- Even watered-down drone limits fail in Colorado Legislature Updated: Jan-26-16 7:06 pm
DENVER - Drone limits keep going down faster than a paper airplane in the Colorado Legislature, which is bucking national headwinds to curb private drone use.
- Battleground Colorado enters 2016 with abortion debates Updated: Jan-22-16 3:02 pm
DENVER - Colorado Republicans could be forgiven for thinking that several years of fiery political contests over abortion and reproductive rights, which helped Democrats win several elections in this socially liberal swing state, were behind them.
- Taxes, housing to top Hickenlooper's State of State address Updated: Jan-14-16 1:42 pm
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- Colorado lawmakers return to work to find cupboards bare Updated: Jan-13-16 1:11 pm
DENVER - Colorado's lawmakers started work Wednesday in fancier digs. But they'll find the cupboards bare.
- Hickenlooper refuses to give up spending and tax idea Updated: Jan-12-16 3:57 pm
DENVER - Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper insisted Tuesday he can work with skeptical Republicans on his plan to avoid having to give refunds to taxpayers and invest the money instead on transportation and schools.
- GOP state Rep. Keyser running for US Senate Updated: Jan-11-16 6:02 pm
DENVER - Jefferson County state Rep. Jon Keyser has announced his Republican candidacy for the U.S. Senate, hoping to challenge Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet.
- Partisan spending rift divides Colorado lawmakers, governor Updated: Jan-07-16 8:05 pm
DENVER - With Colorado's legislative session due to start next week, the main agenda item for Gov. John Hickenlooper seems dead on arrival, a sign that the state's partisan divides and unorthodox spending limits will continue to paralyze it in 2016.