Just a week into the legislative session, Colorado lawmakers have already introduced more than 100 bills - many of which will impact businesses in the state.
About a hundred people rallied at the state capitol Tuesday in support of a measure to give illegal immigrants who graduate from Colorado high schools in state college tuition.
Governor John Hickenlooper and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have pledged to tackle gun laws during this year’s legislative session and the first bill up is Senate bill 9.
Colorado college students who are not eligible for in-state tuition because they are undocumented immigrants will rally at the state Capitol Tuesday.
Nearly a third of this year’s state lawmakers are newly elected, and they’ll be expected to debate a host of complex issues from Medicaid to marijuana, gun laws to the death penalty.