Sponsors of a bill that would give illegal immigrants who graduate from Colorado high schools in state college tuition are delaying the measure as they try to drum up support. The controversial bill is expected to pass the Democratic controlled senate, but getting it through the Republican controlled house will be a tougher challenge.
For the third year in a row, state lawmakers will grapple with the debate over who can sell full strength beer. Two lawmakers have introduced bills to expand the sale of full strength beer to grocery and convenience stores. Similar bills have failed in the past.
Colorado lawmakers are trying to make history this session by creating a bi-partisan map for new U. S. congressional districts. The courts have been forced to step in and decide the issue in the past because lawmakers couldn’t agree on congressional lines. And a controversial Republican bill that some worry could derail the process is now in limbo.