State Of Colorado Dismisses Six Law Officers For LyingThe ruling means those six former officers can never work in a law enforcement capacity in the state of Colorado again.
Colorado Attorney General Joins In Antitrust Lawsuit Against FacebookColorado’s Attorney General says he’s hoping to break up Facebook in order to help Colorado companies grow.
Colorado Governor Amends Executive Order To Clarify Scope Of Elijah McClain Death InvestigationGov. Jared Polis amended an executive order on Wednesday to further define the scope of the attorney general's authority to investigate and potentially prosecute any offenses related to the 2019 death of Elijah McClain.
Elijah McClain Protesters Demand Answers Following Change In Executive OrderAdvocates for the Elijah McClain case in Aurora protested in downtown Denver on Saturday.
Can Faithless Electors Change Outcome Of 2020 Election?The Supreme Court sided with Colorado unanimously, saying, in effect, that legislatures set the procedures for choosing electors to the Electoral College -- and have leeway.
Colorado Attorney General Wants Federal Investigation Into Frontier Airlines After 'Hundreds' Of ComplaintsColorado's top prosecutor says he is just asking airlines to "treat people fairly" during the pandemic.
'One Of The All-Time Greats': Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser Remembers Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgPhil Weiser was a law clerk for Ginsburg in October 1995, and was the only clerk of Ginsburg’s to go on to become an attorney general.
'Loss Of A Titan': Colorado Lawmakers Reflect On Passing Of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg“Today Coloradans and our nation mourn the loss of a titan. We have lost a fearless advocate  for women and families," Gov. Jared Polis said in a statement.
Campaign 2020 Reality Check: The Week Of Political Legal FightsWith Election Day less than 8 weeks away, legal flights are flying in Colorado.
Frontier Airlines Under Fire Following Calls To Investigate Business PracticesColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is urging the U.S. Department Transportation to investigate Frontier Airlines after receiving dozens of consumer complaints.
Colorado Joins Multi-State Lawsuit Against USPS Over Operational CutsAttorney General Phil Weiser announced Colorado has joined nearly two dozen other states in a federal lawsuit challenging dramatic cuts at the United States Postal Service. Those cuts, state leaders say, threaten critical mail service ahead of the November presidential election.