It’s clear that voters nationwide are scratching a six-year itch midway through President Barack Obama’s second term, and that’s played a massive role in the senate and governor races in Colorado.
Online posting of intimate pictures or videos of former romantic partners as a form or revenge will carry criminal penalties in Colorado beginning Tuesday as new laws take effect involving several issues.
It’s now a crime in Colorado to post intimate pictures of someone online for the purpose of humiliating them.
Colorado will give health insurers more time to offer plans that don’t meet the new federal requirements under the Affordable Care Act.
A bill in the Colorado legislature to criminalize “revenge porn” moved out of the House Judiciary Committee Thursday afternoon by a unanimous 11-0 vote.
Using intimate photos or videos of significant others to humiliate them would be a crime under a bill being considered by lawmakers in Colorado, which is joining a growing number of states tackling the issue referred to as revenge porn.
There’s a push at the state capitol to get tough punishments for so-called revenge pornography.
Colorado’s senate race is likely to be one of the most intense in the nation after Republican Congressman Cory Gardner jumped in to challenge Democrat Senator Mark Udall, the incumbent.
A Colorado Republican lawmaker has shelved her proposal to criminalize the practice of so-called revenge pornography among minors.
Rep. Corey Gardner, a tea partyer elected in the 2010 Republican wave, will challenge Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in this year’s midterm elections, Republican officials said Wednesday.