The state legislature failed to reach a compromise to draw new congressional districts, and depending on who you ask, you get a vastly different picture of how and when things broke down. The issue will now likely go to the courts for a judge to decide new maps.
Time is running out for the state legislature to reach a compromise on drawing new congressional districts, with the process continuing to break down along party lines. And early Tuesday morning Senate Democrats filibustered their own bill killing it on the calendar.
Republicans in the Colorado House of Representatives split widely to approve a health insurance exchange bill on Wednesday that will change the way 1 million Coloradans buy health insurance beginning in 2014.