A proposed ballot measure to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Colorado has survived two legal challenges.
Anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce has lost another round in court.
Anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce will have another day in court on his motions to dismiss a tax case against him or move it to Colorado Springs.
Lawyers for Gov. John Hickenlooper have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging Colorado’s tax and spending limits.
A proposal to make pot legal for recreational use in Colorado faces another legal challenge.
Tax basher Douglas Bruce is wasting no time fighting tax-evasion charges, telling reporters that the case against him is a “piece of crap” and that he’s being targeted because he’s a vocal critic of government spending.
Anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce is denying allegations that he illegally offered legal advice to people last year.
Anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce faces another legal challenge after a complaint was filed that he illegally practiced law.
Colorado’s best-known tax fighter lived up to his cantankerous reputation Friday in a criminal case against him, getting his bond halved in an arraignment hearing and taking the prosecutor to task for trying to charge him thousands to see evidence against him.
Former state legislator Douglas Bruce has been indicted for failing to pay taxes. The indictment alleges that Bruce, 61, of Colorado Springs, did not pay taxes on income he earned during the 2005-2007 tax years.