'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.
State Lawmakers Gather With Community To Honor Legacy Of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgCommunity members gathered at City Park in Denver to remember and honor the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday night.
Postal Service To Destroy Undelivered Election Mailers As Part Of Settlement With ColoradoThe U.S. Postal Service will give Colorado election officials the opportunity to preview future national mailings pertaining to voting procedures for the upcoming 2020 election.
Proposition 118 Provides Colorado Voters With Important Choice On Paid Family, Medical Leave In NovemberProposition 118 is on the ballot this November and an opportunity for the voters of the state to make a decision on paid family and medical leave.
'Very Confident In Upcoming Elections': Colorado's Secretary Of State Talks About Ballot TracingLess than a week after successfully petitioning for an injunction with the United States Postal Service, Secretary of State Jenna Griswold said Colorado voters should once again gain confidence in the stability of Colorado’s election system.
Discussions Continue On Where Sanctioned Homeless Camp Should Be LocatedDenver City Councilwoman Candi CdeBaca joined a town hall on Wednesday night with community activists to talk about how to help those experiencing homelessness.
Native American Remains And Artifacts Returned To Colorado After 130 YearsThe remains and items were returned to the U.S. over the weekend and reburied within Mesa Verde National Park. The tribes made the announcement Thursday to respect a traditional four-day grieving period.
Gov. Polis Says He Will Push To Let Bars Stay Open Until 4 A.M. After Pandemic"We are going to seek getting rid of the 2 a.m. closing time requirement," Gov. Polis said. "Hopefully the legislature will agree to make that 4 a.m., at local discretion."
New Petition Seeking To Recall Gov. Polis Approved For CirculationThe group behind the petition has 60 days -- until Nov. 13 -- to collect 631,266 signatures.
Colorado's Hair Discrimination Act Goes Into EffectThe "CROWN Act" is one of several social justice-based policies enacted by state legislatures in response to emerging conversations and protests across the U.S. calling for racial justice and reform.
Colorado Secretary Of State Jena Griswold Wants Postcards With Correct Information Mailed To VotersColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold is asking for a federal judge to require the postmaster general to pay for informational postcards to be sent out to correct misinformation that was mailed to Colorado voters.
Colorado Rep. Ken Buck Demands Investigation Into Netflix Movie 'Cuties'Netflix says the movie is a “social commentary against the sexualization of young children.” But critics say it encourages exploitation and normalizes sexual abuse by pedophiles.
Tracking Mail-In Ballots: Colorado Voters Can Get Notifications By Phone, Email Or TextThe statewide vote tracking system comes amid growing national concern over voter fraud and attempts to discredit mail-in voting systems like Colorado's.
New Law Allows Workers' Comp For 911 Dispatchers For Trauma Experienced On The JobThe loophole, closed Monday, prevented 911 operators and dispatchers from receiving workers' compensation for trauma they experience on the job.
Trump & Biden Court Women & Latinos In ColoradoHundreds of "Bikers for Trump" rallied in Golden Saturday with no COVID-19 precautions while "Latinos for Biden" held a chili cookoff on Zoom.