DeGette said that House Democrats and Republicans are a handful of votes away from completing a petition process forcing a vote on the issue.
Colorado lawmakers want to make it harder for ICE to come into schools, courthouses and health facilities (but don’t call it a sanctuary bill)
Two Denver-area House Democrats announced their support for a bill that would prohibit local law enforcement agencies from working with ICE and prohibit them from making arrests in public spaces.
The bill would let immigrants who are in the country illegally renew their driver's licenses online or by mail.
Rene Lima-Marin was set to leave a private immigration jail in Aurora on Monday afternoon, potentially ending a long and bizarre legal saga.
Even with few ways to act on behalf of these young kids, Uribe hopes small things like a held hand or a story might still make a difference.
Known as the Denver Immigrant Legal Services Fund, it's meant to support people who are facing deportation or who need other legal help.
Sheriff Patrick Firman has said Denver made a mistake by releasing Ivan Zamarripa-Castaneda of Mexico Saturday before notifying ICE.
With sanctuary cities again in the headlines, Colorado gubernatorial candidates stake out their positions
Two Republican candidates sent out campaign statements on sanctuary cities last week. Another wants to call in the National Guard.
State Rep. Dave Williams said he was going to suggest holding individual cities and their policymakers personally liable.
"We stand with them," Hancock told the press. "It's time for the United States President and the United States Congress to act."
The City and County Building got some new signage Thursday morning: a massive blue banner that reads, "DENVER ♥️IMMIGRANTS."
Four bills failed on Thursday, two of which were crafted by bipartisan authors and had support from both Bennet and Gardner.
DACA fight overshadows status battle for Denver’s Salvadorans as Washington heads into immigration debates
Jorge Velasquez already had a lot on his mind when he learned his legal status would be terminated.
Trump plan asks to end visa lottery, allow fewer family sponsors, spot $25 billion for border security — and provide a path to citizenship for 1.8 million
Trump's immigration plan comes with a long list of concessions that many Democrats, and also conservative Republicans, especially in the House, may find impossible to swallow.
Sen. Cory Gardner's approval rating took a steep dive, according to the survey, and most Coloradans want dreamers to be able to stay in the country.
The government has been shut down since late Friday night as Democrats refused to vote for a Republican bill to keep the government open, insisting that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, due to expire in March, be addressed.
Colorado’s federal employees and DACA recipients remain in suspense as government shuts down over immigration disagreement
Colorado's U.S. senators voted along party lines Friday night, surprising no one, as a Republican bill that would have funded the federal government past midnight failed to pass.
Adams 14 wants students to learn English faster, and the district can't find enough qualified teachers. Advocates question the new approach.
Melecio Andazola Morales was detained at a meeting that he thought was the final step in getting legal status. He has been removed from the United States.