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Colorado lawmakers cut back jail oversight bill after outcry from sheriffs

Measure instead seeks to form a commission to study possible reforms

Colorado may be the next state to decriminalize ‘magic’ mushrooms

New research shows the therapeutic potential of psilocybin, LSD and other psychedelics

Effort to crack down on cannabis concentrates spooks some doctors

Physicians worry they may be writing ‘prescriptions,’ which remains illegal under federal law

Affordable housing, behavioral health and economic recovery targeted for federal spending

Three Colorado task forces release final plans for distributing American Rescue Plan Act money

Mesa County grand jury will investigate Clerk Tina Peters, prosecutors say

Mesa County election official has been under scrutiny in connection with a security breach

Colorado lawmakers still have $2.6 billion in federal COVID-19 stimulus to spend

Legislative task forces have been meeting for months to discuss how to make a dent on issues like affordable housing and mental health

Boebert removes name from business filings tied to husband’s consulting firm

The Garfield County Republican updated business filings to remove her name. It’s not clear if she is an owner of the company

Redistricting process faces time crunch

Colorado Supreme Court to decide whether to push back deadlines

U.S. Supreme Court justice say cannabis ban ‘may no longer be necessary or proper’

High Court declines to hear a lawsuit involving a Denver medical marijuana dispensary

Governor to issue more pardons now that Coloradans can legally possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana

In October, Polis pardoned more than 2,700 people convicted of possessing up to 1 ounce of cannabis

Democrats advance legislation to aid Colorado’s unauthorized immigrants

Senate Bill 199 would repeal language barring immigrants in the U.S. illegally from accessing state and local public benefits

Threatening an elected official in Colorado may soon land you in prison

Similar laws exist for judges; another measure may cover prosecutors and public defenders