It’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.
Companies 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.
The U.S. Supreme Court is refusing to order Colorado to open the case file of a man on death row.
Colorado 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.
Attorney Steven Zansberg has been elected president of the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition.
New York’s highest court is considering whether state law protects a Fox News reporter from having to reveal the names of her sources for a story about James Holmes.
Michael Carr sued the city for violating his First Amendment rights. He was cited for posting an oversized political campaign sign in his front yard.
A federal court says a Colorado law requiring that only state residents be allowed to circulate ballot petitions is a violation of the First Amendment.
A website operated from Colorado Springs that harvests hundreds of nude and explicit pictures and then displays them on the site has Colorado women outraged after their most private photos showed up unexpectedly.
A teacher in the Cherry Creek School District has been put on paid leave as the district investigates her Twitter account.