First Amendment

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.
Religious Beliefs, Gay Rights Clash In Colorado Court Case Over CakeA case that tests the boundaries of religious freedom and gay rights came to the Colorado Court of Appeals on Tuesday.
Colorado Nears Agreement On Cyber HarassmentColorado lawmakers cleared the way for a bill to make cyberbullying a crime on Monday, settling a dispute over religious speech.
Jefferson County School Protests Roil Swing State Politics
Udall, Gardner Comment After Supreme Court Contraception RulingSome corporations can hold religious objections that allow them to opt out of the new health law requirement that they cover contraceptives for women, according to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Colorado's Abortion Clinic 'Buffer Zone' Stays Intact After Supreme Court RulingThe buffer zone will remain in effect at abortion clinics across Colorado after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a 35-foot buffer zone at clinics in Massachusetts.
Colorado Likely to Be a Major Test for New SCOTUS DecisionIt's highly likely that the floodgates the U.S. Supreme Court recently opened for Campaign Fundraising will be directing historic levels of cash to Colorado's 2014 election.
Proposal Aims To Stop Mug Shot Posting For ProfitCompanies that post people's police mug shots online and then charge for their removal would face criminal penalties under a bill advanced Monday in the Colorado Senate.
Supreme Court Keeps Death Penalty Case File SealedThe U.S. Supreme Court is refusing to order Colorado to open the case file of a man on death row.
Bill Would Require Removal Of Mug Shots OnlineColorado lawmakers are considering a bill that would require commercial websites to remove a person's mug shot if they were never convicted of the crime for which they were arrested.
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