Initial OK For Colorado Electronic Records Bill In HearingA House committee late Monday approved a bill to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act, with majority Democrats pushing for a measure that presumes the public is entitled to access government records in ways that can be analyzed by computer.
Wage Theft In Colorado No Longer A SecretGov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a bill that allows the public to know if an employer steals wages from his or her workers.
Senate Approves Colorado Public Records MediationA bill encouraging citizens and state agencies to resolve public records disputes outside court is headed to the governor's desk.
Colorado Public Records Mediation Bill Going To SenateColorado's House has unanimously approved a bill offering mediation to those disputing a denial of a public record request under the Colorado Open Records Act.
Colorado Electronic Open Records Bill Gets Another Hearing bill to bring Colorado's Open Records Act into the 21st century gets a Senate committee hearing Wednesday after months of efforts.
House Panel OKs Making Wage-Theft Findings Open To PublicFor about a century, any finding by Colorado labor officials that an employer cheated his or her workers on wages has been considered a trade secret that's off-limits to the public.
House Panel OKs Making Wage-Theft Findings Open To PublicA House committee has unanimously endorsed a bill to allow the public to know when Colorado labor officials determine that employers have cheated their workers on wages.
Hearing Delayed On Modernizing Colorado's Open Records ActA state Senate committee has postponed a hearing on a bill designed to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act.
DPD Suggestion Boxes Yield Honesty, CriticismSuggestion boxes placed at Denver police substations by Mayor Michael Hancock are yielding some heartfelt advice from officers along with some blunt criticism.