Legislation Aims to Regulate Oil and Gas Development

A proposed bill introduced at the start of this legislative session seeks to regulate oil and gas development to prioritize health and public safety....
Senate Bill 40

Senate Committee Says No to Supervised Injection Site

A bill that would have allowed the state to set up a safe injection site for drug users failed a committee vote Wednesday.After about...

Building Blocks for Cybersecurity

With a new bill, Colorado legislators hope to demonstrate the usefulness of blockchain technology for cybersecurity.Senate Bill 86 would require certain state government officials...

Bump Stocks Discussed at all Levels of Government

After the massacre at a Las Vegas concert in October, bump stocks came onto the nation’s radar. The device, used by shooter Stephen Paddock,...

Sexual Harassment Issues Loom Over Start of Session

The second session of the 71st General Assembly got underway Wednesday with leading legislators promising bipartisanship as well as finishing old business.The focus on...

General Assembly: Q & A

COLORADO CRIMINAL DEFENSE BARAttorney Carrie Lynn Thompson What are some specific bills the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar is (or will be) working on this...

The Race for Redistricting in Colorado

Two sets of measures concerning state legislative and congressional redistricting in Colorado are currently before the Secretary of State and the state Supreme Court,...

Dead Measures See New Life

A number of measures that didn’t make it through during last year’s ballot initiative process are being resurrected for 2018.Impasses on transportation funding continued...

Supervised Injection Sites Proposed in Denver

Last month, a package of six bills focused on addressing Colorado’s opioid crisis won support from a bipartisan panel of lawmakers and includes a...
State Senator Owen Hill and State Rep. Clarice Navarro

Bill Denies Bail to Domestic Violence Offenders

Last week, a new bill denying bail to those convicted of stalking and domestic violence went into effect. The impetus for House Bill 1150...