AG Opposes Compensation For Man Acquitted After Serving 28 Years In PrisonColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced late Friday her decision to oppose awarding nearly $2 million to a Denver man who was wrongfully convicted of a brutal rape and beating.
AG Plans To Fight $1.9M Claim For Overturned ConvictionColorado's attorney general is fighting a claim for $1.9 million in compensation filed by a man who spent 28 years in prison for a rape conviction that was eventually overturned.
Republican, Democrat Gubernatorial Candidates Take On Big IssuesFor the first time, many of the people who want to be Colorado's next governor stood on the same stage together.
State Leaders: Rescinded Pot Policy Throws Colorado 'Into Limbo'State leaders and the cannabis industry responded Saturday to the decision by the Department of Justice to end a policy of not interfering with legal marijuana laws across the country.
'Stand Up Colorado' Takes On Domestic ViolenceA new statewide campaign launched Friday called “Stand Up Colorado” takes on domestic violence by focusing on survivors, pushing the blame back toward the people responsible.
Colorado Governor's Race: Who's Running?Colorado voters will elect a new governor on Nov. 6, 2018. See a list of declared candidates in the race:
Tancredo's Entry Into Governor's Race Was 'Motivating Factor' For CoffmanCynthia Coffman's announcement that she's joining the crowded race for governor comes a week after Tom Tancredo announced his candidacy.
Cynthia Coffman Joins The Race For GovernorAfter considering a run for months, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman says she's joining the crowded race for governor.
High School Students Learn About Dangers Of Prescription DrugsPrescription and over-the-counter medications are the most commonly abused drugs among high school seniors after marijuana.
Colorado Joins Lawsuit Challenging Trump's DACA DecisionColorado will join the lawsuit challenging Pres. Donald Trump's plan to end the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program.
Colorado Attorney General Appeals Sex Offender Registry Court DecisionColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is appealing a controversial ruling over the state's sex offender registry.
Colorado To Appeal Ruling Against Sex Offender RegistryColorado has decided to appeal a federal judge's ruling that the state violated the constitutional rights of three men by requiring them to register as sex offenders, the state's attorney general said Wednesday.

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