Colorado Supreme Court
The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday rejected a legal challenge to the governor’s right to issue Day of Prayer proclamations, finding that non-believers who objected to the annual events did not suffer harm and do not have grounds to sue.
Colorado’s treasurer is a little-known office with some big names on the ballot.
Retired workers covered by Colorado’s pension system are not entitled to fixed cost-of-living increases, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday.
Sharee Talbot wants her dog back. For now, though, she has to drive out of town to visit Buddy because the two-year-old pit bull isn’t allowed in her hometown of Aurora.
Gay marriage officially became legal throughout Colorado on Tuesday but, with such unions now on firm legal ground, there was no rush of couples to tie the knot.
County clerks around the state on Tuesday joined Pueblo in handing out marriage licenses for same-sex couples after the state Supreme Court lifted a stay.
Boulder and Denver counties are joining other Colorado counties in issuing marriage licenses to gay couples.
Clerks in some of Colorado’s largest counties are waiting for final court orders before issuing marriage licenses to gay couples.
Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it. Now, the state’s highest court is considering whether workers’ off-duty use of medical marijuana is protected under state law.
The Colorado Supreme Court is considering a marijuana-related firing case that could have big implications for the state’s pot smokers.