Tuesday, May 03, 2016
Denver -- A pair of bipartisan bills approved today at Colorado's Statehouse, Senate Bills 180 and 181, will help bring outdated Colorado sentencing laws into compliance with more recent court rulings requiring resentencing opportunities for nearly 50 juvenile offenders now serving life without parole. The bills make these necessary changes...
Friday, April 29, 2016
Denver -- This was a potentially pivotal week for Colorado's seniors citizens at the Statehouse, with bipartisan passage of a measure, Senate Bill 86, aimed at eliminating the state taxes they pay on pension plans.
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Denver -- In an effort to detect and deter potential schoolyard violence before tragedy strikes, the Colorado Senate’s top two Republicans on Wednesday unveiled SB-193, a bill aimed at encouraging confidential information-sharing in time to avert acts of violence.