"Colorado House Judiciary Committee to vote on death penalty repeal, HB 1264," is the KMGH-TV report. It contains content from the Associated Press.
The future of the death penalty in Colorado could hinge on a vote scheduled in the Colorado House Tuesday.
The Judiciary Committee is scheduled to decide whether to move forward with a bill to repeal the death penalty. The committee delayed the vote last week after a marathon hearing that attracted big crowds.
House Bill 1264 would repeal capital punishment in Colorado for offenses committed after July 1.
I'll have more Colorado news on the murder of corrections chief Tom Clements later this morning.
Earlier coverage of the Colorado repeal legislation begins at the link. A reminder that Jeanne Bishop and Mark Osler will be presenting "The Trial of Jesus," tonight in Boulder.