The United States Supreme Court's four liberal justices were joined by two conservatives in ruling that federal law protect LGBT workers from discrimination.
The Colorado legislature concluded the twice-interrupted 2020 session Monday.
States with budget issues that have been magnified by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic are looking to the federal government for help.
Tailgating on the highway presents an obvious danger: drivers in a reckless hurry, traveling too fast, following the car ahead too closely. When someone taps the brakes, a chain reaction ensues, and the resulting collision is far worse than if everyone had been driving cautiously and responsibly.
The Federal Reserve Board's Main Street Lending Program has been changed to help more small and medium-sized businesses.
Government employees at several agencies are relying on KN95 masks that the agencies cannot guarantee offer the most protection. Some agencies have paid little attention to important manufacturing details and been tripped up by shifting regulations.
Potential ballot measures and legislative proposls in Colorado could increase taxes and fees significantly according to a conservative think tank.
A bill passed in the Colorado House that would add restrictions to parents' ability to opt their children out of vaccinations required to attend school.
In November, Colorado voters will decide whether to ban abortions after 22 weeks after a group collected more than 153,000 signature to place the initiative on the ballot.
Two health bills passed the Colorado Senate this week. One would require employers to provide paid sick leave, while a second extends telehealth services implemented due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.