Colorado Court: Ski Resorts Not Liable For AvalanchesColorado's top court says ski resorts can't be held liable for avalanches within their boundaries.
Ryan Frazier Welcomes Court Ruling On GOP Primary AppealRyan Frazier says he's confident he'll secure his spot on the Colorado Republican Party's U.S. Senate primary.
Colorado's Allison Eid On Donald Trump's Supreme Court ListAllison Eid, a Colorado Supreme Court justice, is on Donald Trump's list of possible successors to the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
Mandatory Rental Inspections Under Fire, Renters & Landlords Push BackGovernment-ordered mandatory inspections of rental homes and apartments in Federal Heights are coming under increasing fire with some renters, property managers and property owners fighting back.
Dead Voter's Signature Handed In For Jon KeyserColorado's top elections official says a petition gatherer working on behalf of Jon Keyser's Republican U.S. Senate campaign turned in the signature of a dead voter.
Secretary Of State: Keyser Unlikely To Be Disqualified From GOP Senate PrimaryTwo district attorney's offices say they are reviewing criminal complaints in Colorado's Republican Senate primary, and the complaints come as ballots go out to the first voters.
Colorado's Keyser On U.S. Senate GOP Ballot Despite Petition ProbeColorado U.S. Senate candidate Jon Keyser is on the GOP primary ballot despite any forgery of petition signatures to help get him there.
Colorado Severance Tax Refund Bill AdvancesThe state Senate has passed a bill to pay $115 million in tax refunds -- not to people, but to oil and gas companies.
Colorado U.S. Senate Hopeful Frazier Files Primary AppealAurora businessman Ryan Frazier has filed an appeal with Colorado's Supreme Court to get him into the state GOP's U.S. Senate primary.
Colorado Bracing To Repay Millions In Energy TaxesLawmakers are rushing to find hundreds of millions of dollars to pay oil and gas companies. The energy companies are owed the tax refund money.
Colorado's Battle Over Regulating Fracking Shifts To BallotColorado's battle over who should regulate fracking - and how much - now shifts to the November election after the state Supreme Court overturned attempts by local governments to impose their own rules.
State Supreme Court's Fracking Ruling Will Have Dramatic Impact On Limiting EffortsThe Colorado Supreme Court on Monday struck down local hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, bans and moratoriums. The ruling will have a dramatic impact on efforts to limit the controversial method of producing oil and gas.

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