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Lawmakers agree on teen pregnancy, powdered alcohol bills

Lawmakers: Teen-pregnancy prevention, yay (3:15 p.m.) A bipartisan proposal to expand a successful Teen Pregnancy and Dropout Prevention pilot program made it past first base today....

Senate approves reporting threats to targeted locations; House settles wrangle over...

Notes from the 77th day of the 2014 legislative session.

State’s fiscal forecast is up; movement on expanding train transit and...

Notes from the 70th day of the Colorado legislative session.

House sets State Auditor on Colo’s Health Exchange. Report threat on...

Thursday March 5th, the 57th day of the legislative session, was gray but smelled like spring.

Democrats carry pro-gun bill. Trucks booted off Independence Pass. House debates...

The only Colorado gun bill you've never heard of A bill to make it easier for folks to renew their concealed carry permits passed handily...

Wiretap: The continuing Tea Party-Republican uncivil war

The Tea Party is a kindergartener. It was born five years ago. As ABC News puts it, it's an unhappy birthday.

Proposed bill: No bullying, even in cyberspace

Cyberbullying should be a crime, says a bill from representative Rhonda Fields of Aurora, and on Monday the House education committee agreed unanimously.

What a bear! Gazette publisher grapples with Colorado Springs homelessness

In Vail, where Colorado Springs Gazette publisher Steve Pope once published the Vail Daily, homelessness merely referred to ski bums evicted for hosting too...

Helmet Law Hits A Road Bump

Sen. Ken Gordon and a host of other supporters want minors to wear helmets while on motorcycles and motorized bicycles - or risk paying...