DENVER — The Colorado House made quick work of toughening up Colorado's four-year-old revenge porn law Tuesday. The House gave unanimous approval to the legislation, sending House Bill 1264 to the Senate.
Two state representatives from regions of Colorado where wildfires have taken a heavy toll secured $2 million in the state budget approved by the House this week to help communities better prepare for the next conflagration.
The eight members of the Colorado House from El Paso County were nearly unanimous on whether or not to expel Rep. Steve Lebsock. Seven of the eight voted in favor of the resolution to expel the Thornton Democrat.
A bill supported by the Colorado truckers to fight human trafficking rolled out of the House and headed for the Senate Tuesday. House Bill 1808 would add human-trafficking prevention to the training regiment of those seeking a commercial driver’s license. Truck stops are magnets for prostitutes, and the Colorado-based Truckers Against Trafficking was formed in […]