DENVER - Most of county sheriffs in Colorado have joined in a lawsuit against the state over the new gun control laws. In all, 54 of the state's 64 sheriffs have signed on as plaintiffs in the suit which seeks to overturn the high capacity magazine ban and expanded background... more »
COLORADO SPRINGS - A majority of Colorado Sheriffs have joined together in a lawsuit to try and block two of the state's new gun laws from taking effect. In all, 37 of the 64 county sheriffs in the state, including El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa, are filing the civil... more »
State lawmakers will soon take up the issue of whether to ask voters for more power to raise taxes specifically for schools and colleges. The proposed DECIDE amendment is being pushed by the group Great Education Colorado .
Policy Director Lisa Weil says, if passed, the amendment would give... more »
The District 11 school board has called a special meeting tonight to decide whether they should chip-in nearly $30,000 in a lawsuit against the state that aims to force the legislature to increase public education funding by roughly $1 billion a year.
The suit, Lobato v. the State of... more »
A rally will be held in front of the Colorado Capitol building Tuesday in support of a 2010 ballot initiative that would attempt to exempt Colorado from President Obama's health care legislation.
Those attending the rally will be wearing "Obama Care - Hell No, Colorado Won't Go" buttons.
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Federal health insurance reforms are still taking shape, but at least two efforts are under way in Colorado to blunt possible impacts. Jon Caldara of the Independence Institute said Tuesday he is trying to develop a ballot proposal that would bar the state from requiring its citizens to purchase health... more »