DENVER (AP) - The Colorado Attorney General's office is expected to file its arguments against a lawsuit challenging how the Legislature funds schools in a case that's being heard by the state Supreme Court later this year. Wednesday is the deadline for government attorneys to file their legal brief. A... more »
DENVER (AP) - The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that some political attack ads in state races are not subject to contribution limits if they don't urge voters to elect or defeat a particular candidate. The ruling will have little effect on this year's elections because Colorado lawmakers changed the... more »
DENVER (AP) - A panel drawing new Colorado legislative districts is discussing which maps to send to the state Supreme Court for approval.
State legislative districts are redrawn every 10 years to account for population change and new maps can influence who controls Legislatures for years to come.
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DENVER (AP) - A panel tasked with drawing new legislative boundaries next year began work by hearing from Colorado's demographer about the big population gains Hispanics made during the last decade.
The state's districts must be the same size, so they're redrawn after every Census to account for population... more »
Some medical marijuana patients filed a petition yesterday to stop Colorado's looming regulations for how pot is sold. The group of marijuana patients have asked the state's Supreme Court to overturn large parts of two Colorado laws passed last year that will regulate the medical marijuana industry.
The patients'... more »
The Colorado Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments on whether campus gun bans are legal.
The court announced Monday that all seven justices agreed to accept the case.
In April the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a gun-rights group that sued the University of... more »
Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary Mullarkey says she is retiring, effective Nov. 30.
Mullarkey said Thursday it is a good time personally and professionally for her to retire after 23 years on the court.
Former Democratic Gov. Roy Romer appointed her to the seven-member court June 29,... more »