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.
State lawmakers have just over two weeks left in their 120 day legislative session and a lot of unfinished business remains on the table. KUNC’s Brian Larson spoke to Colorado Statesman Publisher Jody Hope Strogoff about where things stand – and the one thing that may not get done.
Lawmakers are taking Good Friday off as the legislative session moves into its final weeks. But that’s not stopping Republican members of the bipartisan committee on redistricting from renewing their calls to finish the job after hitting an impasse.