A complicated plan to change how Colorado funds its K-12 schools cleared the state Senate on party line vote Tuesday.
There’s only one absolute requirement for Colorado lawmakers at the capitol. During the annual legislative session they must pass a budget.
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.
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.
A prolonged lawsuit over how the state funds education went before the Colorado Supreme Court on Thursday.