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Panhandling Laws Face Challenge After Church Signs RulingCities trying to limit panhandling in downtowns and tourist areas are facing a new legal hurdle because of a recent Supreme Court ruling that seemingly has nothing to do with asking for money.
Police Officer Behaving Badly? ACLU Has An App For ThatPolice officers are wearing body cameras, but what about citizens recording the officers? The American Civil Liberties Union in Colorado on Thursday unveiled a new app for phones and people who witness suspected improper behavior.
Denver Police Will No Longer Enforce Panhandling OrdinanceDenver Police will no longer enforce the city's Aggressive Panhandling Ordinance following a ruling from a federal judge in Grand Junction earlier this week.
'The Ruling Is Wrong' Says Baker After Losing Appeal Of Wedding Cake Case To Gay CoupleA Lakewood baker refused to make a cake for the couple's wedding in 2012, saying it was against his religious beliefs.
Colorado Springs Officer Cleared In Videotaped Traffic StopA Colorado Springs police officer investigated for a videotaped traffic stop in which a black man was pulled from a car has been cleared of wrongdoing.
Colorado Officials Say Gay-Cake Ban Did Not Violate RightsA Castle Rock religious leader said he plans to appeal after the Colorado Civil Rights Division rejected his arguments that a bakery discriminated against his religion when it refused to make a cake with a gay slur.
ACLU Challenges Fort Collins' Panhandling CrackdownThe American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit challenging efforts to crackdown on panhandling in Fort Collins.
Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies Obtain Unwanted Military EquipmentRecords show several Colorado law enforcement agencies have an array of equipment that the military no longer needs.
Some Colorado Sheriffs Ending Immigrant DetainersSome Colorado sheriffs will no longer honor requests from federal immigration authorities to continue to detain someone once they are eligible to be released on the charges for which they were initially arrested.
ACLU Unimpressed By Colorado City Anti-Begging LawThe ACLU says Grand Junction's city council has taken a step in the right direction with changes to its anti-begging law, but could go further.
Colorado Court To Hear School Voucher AppealThe Colorado Supreme Court has agreed to review a Court of Appeals ruling that allowed one of Colorado's first school voucher programs.
Ordinance Would Allow Arrests Of Pot Smokers On Their Own PropertyAfter a string of pot giveaways and public smoking following the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is trying to crack down on where people can light up.
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