For the most part, the peak of the gun debate at the state capitol is over, but the political ramifications are still unfolding.
State lawmakers are in the middle of debating the annual budget. And even though there’s more money than last year, Republicans are not happy with what’s known as the ‘long’ bill.
A major re-write of how Colorado funds K through 12 schools is now making its way through the state legislature. It’s an annual bill – but this year one state lawmaker wants to add even more money to it despite the objections of others.
State lawmakers are a little more than halfway through the 2013 legislative session, and there’s been no shortage of drama and divisive issues.
It’s now up to the Colorado Supreme Court to decide the fate of a historic education funding case after hearing oral arguments last Thursday.