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Red-light camera ban passes 1st test in Colorado

DENVER – A ban on red-light cameras and speed-van enforcement passed its first test Wednesday in the Colorado Legislature. But a long afternoon of testimony showed the topic is as...

GOP moves pro-fracking bill ahead of report

Task force recommendations come next week

Colo. medical pot rules still hanging in limbo

DENVER – Colorado’s attempts to make medical marijuana regulations more like recreational pot rules are running into trouble in the state Legislature. Colorado is the only state t...

Concealed carry with no permit proposed

GOP says current requirements are inappropriate

State Senate rejects limits on private land seizures

DENVER – A bipartisan group of Colorado senators rejected a proposal Tuesday to limit government seizures of private land for open space. The bill would have prevented counties fr...

State’s pot tax tally offers lessons

From taxation to effects on black market state provides hints

Eyewitness rules change clears panel

DENVER – A new statewide standard for eyewitness identifications cleared a Colorado Senate committee 5-0 Monday after lawmakers heard from crime victims, prosecutors and police – who all agr...

GOP looks to make education changes

Proposals include tax credits for private school

GOP advances bill to roll back renewable-energy mandate

DENVER – Colorado Republicans pushed one of their top priorities through the Senate on Thursday – rolling back renewable-energy mandates. But the vote probably doesn’t mean that u...

State publishes review of health research on pot

DENVER – Colorado released a sweeping report Monday about marijuana and health – everything from pot’s effect on drivers, asthma, cancer rates and birth defects. The 188-page repo...

Bike-trail funding plan fails Denver

DENVER – Colorado needs more recreational bike trails – just not a change to how they’re paid for, lawmakers from both parties agreed Thursday as they voted down a bill to direct more Colora...

Denver airport bans sale of pot-themed souvenirs

DENVER – Tourists who fly to Colorado, home of legal pot, can forget about buying souvenir boxer shorts, socks or sandals with a marijuana leaf on them when passing through the Denver airpor...