Bill Allowing Ballot 'Selfies' Approved By Colorado SenateThe Colorado state Senate approved a bill Thursday that would make it legal to share completed ballots on social media.
Ballot Selfies Win First Step In Colorado HouseA Colorado House panel has approved a bill that would legalize the posting of ballot selfies on social media sites.
Group Protests Bill That Would Allow Services Denied For Religious ReasonsA bill at the state Capitol would allow people and businesses to use their religion to deny services.
Judge Denies Emergency Injunction To Free Electors From Required VotesA federal judge dealt a severe setback Monday to a longshot plan to deny Donald Trump the presidency through the Electoral College.
Fliers Identify Alleged Neighborhood White SupremacistsOminous fliers are being distributed throughout an area of East Denver. Tucked onto car windshields were warnings fliers that read, "Community Notice … White supremacists live in this neighborhood … Please be aware and stay safe."
Colorado To Decide On Adopting A Presidential PrimaryMany oppose Propositions 107 and 108 , which would create a winner-take-all Colorado presidential primary in 2020 and allow independents to vote in that as well as down-ballot primaries held in June during election years.
Planned Parenthood Shooter Admired Florida Doctor's KillerThe man who acknowledges killing three people at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic idolized an abortion foe who killed a Florida doctor more than two decades earlier, court documents released Monday show.
Colorado Moves Toward Opposing Boycott Of IsraelColorado lawmakers are considering whether to join several other states that oppose a boycott seeking to punish Israel for its treatment of Palestinians.
Judge: Colorado Springs Clinic Shooting Documents Should Stay SealedThe judge overseeing the case of a man charged with killing three people at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic says details of the shooting should stay sealed.
It's One Court Against Another Over Jury Nullification Protests In DenverA federal judge will decide if the City of Denver should be held in contempt of court for interfering with protesters handing out pamphlets in front of the Lindsay-Flanigan Courthouse.
Commerce City Officer Fired After Filing Info RequestA Commerce City police officer fired after he filed a Colorado Open Records Act Request has now filed a federal lawsuit suggesting his termination violated his First Amendment rights.
Gay Wedding Cake Case: Both Sides Make Compelling ArgumentsA baker in Lakewood who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple because he says it would violate his religious beliefs is asking the Colorado Court of Appeals for help.