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Colorado Case Comes Up In Gorsuch Confirmation HearingCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd reports on the latest from the political world in the U.S.
Gorsuch Continues Questioning By SenatorsThe Supreme Court nominee is from Colorado.
Colorado's Agriculture Industry Honored At State CapitolAg day celebrated at the state Capitol.
During Hearing, Gorsuch Says He Never Disparaged MotherhoodJudge Neil Gorsuch spoke pointedly on Tuesday about claims made by one of his former students at the University of Colorado's Law School.

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Gorsuch To Democrats: No Return To 'Horse And Buggy' EraAssured of support from majority Republicans, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch was wrapping up two days of Senate questioning Wednesday to glowing GOP reviews but complaints from frustrated Democrats that he concealed his views from the American public.
High Court Bolsters Rights Of Learning-Disabled Students, Sides With Colorado TeenA unanimous Supreme Court on Wednesday bolstered the rights of millions of learning-disabled students in a ruling that requires public schools to offer special education programs that meet higher standards. The case was spurred by a teen in Colorado.
Colorado Public Records Mediation Bill Going To SenateColorado's House has unanimously approved a bill offering mediation to those disputing a denial of a public record request under the Colorado Open Records Act.
Supreme Court Pick Vows Adherence To Legal PrecedenceOn a glide path toward confirmation, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch declared Wednesday that "when you put on the robe, you open your mind" as he faced a final day of questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee.
During Hearing, Gorsuch Says He Never Disparaged MotherhoodJudge Neil Gorsuch spoke pointedly on Tuesday about claims made by one of his former students at the University of Colorado's Law School.
‘Texting & Driving Worse Than Drunk Driving’: Crash Victim Shares StoryAs legislation that would up the penalties for texting and driving moves into the House, one survivor calls it worse than drunk driving.
Colorado Senate Approves Electronic RecordsColorado's Senate wants government agencies to join the computer age when it comes to public records.

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