“Time is a concern,” said Rep. Stephen Humphrey, R-Severance, the lawmaker carrying the bill in the House. For the bill to stand a chance, it needs to have approval in the House by early next week so the Senate can consider it, Humphrey said.
“Now we need to hold people accountable,” said Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner.
“The defense seeks relief from the very situation it helped to create,” Samour wrote.
DENVER | A push to ban speeding and red-light cameras in Colorado is running out of time as the session nears its end. Lawmakers sponsoring the proposal hope to get the bill out of a key House committee Friday, and expedite it to the Senate before the legislative session concludes May 6. State legislators have tried […]
AURORA | Leaders of the U.S. Senate Veterans Affairs Committee are traveling to Colorado to ask why the VA hospital under construction in suburban Denver is more than $1 billion over budget. The committee’s Republican chairman and its top-ranking Democrat will tour the half-finished complex in Aurora Friday and then hold a hearing. Also attending will be […]
Pierce O’Farrill, who was wounded along with his friend, Carey Rottman, in the July 2012 shooting, said forgiveness and faith long ago gave him what others hope will come out of the trial: closure
“You can almost feel the community holding its breath,” Hill said.
“I gotta believe that something is gonna break open for Ernie, I just gotta believe that,” she said. “It would be nice if we were all as generous as he is.”