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Democratic Senator Daniel Kagan to resign The attorney from Cherry Hills...

State Sen. Daniel Kagan is resigning from the state legislature after serving for nearly a decade. The Democrat from Cherry Hills Village said in...

Wiretap: If you think the GOP tax cut was tough, wait...

Republicans have passed their tax bill. That will almost certainly be the easy part. The harder part comes next with the expected arguments coming...

Colorado lawmakers could change how they handle harassment complaints. Here’s why....

UPDATE: On Friday, legislative leaders agreed to change the way the legislature handles allegations of harassment at the Capitol by hiring a human resources...

Cyberbullied Rep. Fields moves prevention bill; Lyft-Uber bill advances; alternative medicine...

After receiving online hate, Rep. Fields carries popular anti-cyberbullying bill through House  Today a bill to make cyberbullying a misdemeanor got its first round of approval from...

Study: Kids in conservative parts of country more depressed, suicidal

Teenagers who live in politically conservative parts of the country are more depressed and suicidal than teens who live in politically progressive parts of the country, according to a study by Columbia University psychologist Mark Hatzenbuehler published this week. The study comes as the nation, spurred by media coverage of recent tragic youth deaths, reckons with the fact that school harassment drives gay young people in particular to depression and suicide. It also comes in the wake of competing days dedicated to drawing attention to school bullying, the Day of Silence organized by gay rights groups and the Day of Dialogue organized by Colorado Springs-based Christian group Focus on the Family.

BP cleans up evidence of BP in Durango area

It is good to see that British Petroleum is finally doing the right thing -- acting aggressively in a way that will forestall future...