Democratic US Rep. Perlmutter Running For Colorado GovernorEd Perlmutter, a six-term Democratic congressman from a competitive district in suburban Denver, is entering Colorado's race for governor in 2018.
Boulder County Asks Judge To Toss Drilling Moratorium SuitBoulder County is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman over the county's moratorium on oil and gas drilling in unincorporated areas.
Gorsuch Supporters Rally At State CapitolThere was a show of support for Supreme Court nominee and Colorado Judge Neil Gorsuch at the state Capitol on Thursday.
Lawmakers Deny AG Office's Budget Request Following Fracking LawsuitColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has filed a lawsuit against the City of Boulder to lift its moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, and now state lawmakers are not allowing more funding for her office.
Colorado Attorney General Sues County On Drilling MoratoriumColorado's attorney general is asking a court to overturn Boulder County's moratorium on oil and gas drilling, saying it violates state law and a state Supreme Court ruling.
Boulder County Keeps Drilling Moratorium Despite WarningBoulder County did not drop its moratorium on oil and gas drilling Friday as Attorney General Cynthia Coffman demanded, a county official said, potentially setting up a court battle.
Fight Over Fracking Leads To Funding Question For AG's OfficeState lawmakers are wading into a fight over fracking in Boulder County with threats of withholding funding from a state agency.
Lawmaker Says Colorado Attorney General Acting For Oil, Gas IndustryA Democratic state lawmaker on Friday accused Republican Attorney General Cynthia Coffman of acting "at the behest of oil and gas companies" when she threatened to sue Boulder County over its moratorium on oil and gas drilling.
State Threatens To Sue Boulder County For Oil-Gas MoratoriumColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is threatening to sue Boulder County if it doesn't repeal a moratorium on oil and gas development in unincorporated areas by Feb. 10.
Proposed Bill Would Allow Wire Taps In Sex Trafficking CasesA committee at the state Capitol will consider a bill designed to crack down on human sex trafficking. The measure would allow law enforcement to use wire taps while investigating sex and labor trafficking.
Colorado GOP Chairman Says Won't Run For Re-ElectionThe chairman of Colorado's Republican Party says he won't run for re-election this year.
Lawmakers Undergo Police Training SimulationThe Colorado Legislature sets many law enforcement training policies and in its upcoming session they are once again expected to take up police reform.

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