Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has filed a lawsuit to ban Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters from overseeing the 2022 elections.

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Colorado Secretary Of State Files Lawsuit To Bar Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters From Overseeing 2022 ElectionsColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has filed a lawsuit to ban Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters from overseeing the 2022 elections.
Gov. Jared Polis Delivers Colorado State Of The State SpeechIn his annual State of the State Address, Gov. Jared Polis addressed what he called a “horrifying trend” — a spike in mental health issues among young people in Colorado during the pandemic.
Grand Jury Will Investigate Election Tampering Claims In Mesa CountyMesa County DA Dan Rubenstein and Colorado AG Phil Weiser have impaneled a grand jury to investigate election tampering claims against Tina Peters and others claiming the 2020 election results there were fraudulent.
Polis, Democrats Outline Top Legislative PrioritiesColorado's soaring cost of living and rising crime top a list of priorities outlined by Gov. Jared Polis and fellow Democratic leaders who control the statehouse for the 2022 legislative session that begins this week.
Rep. Ed Perlmutter Announces He Won't Run For Re-ElectionRep. Ed Perlmutter, a Democrat who represents Colorado's 7th Congressional District, will not be running for re-election.
Rep. Ed Perlmutter Announces He Won't Run For Re-ElectionRep. Ed Perlmutter, a Democrat who represents Colorado's 7th Congressional District, will not be running for re-election.
Denver City Council Fails To Override Mayor's Flavored Tobacco Ban VetoDenver City Council did not obtain enough votes to override Mayor Michael Hancock's veto of a flavored tobacco ban amendment.
Denver City Council Fails To Override Mayor's Flavored Tobacco Ban VetoDenver City Council did not obtain enough votes to override Mayor Michael Hancock's veto of a flavored tobacco ban amendment.
Progressive Democrats Pressure Pelosi To Discipline Colorado Congresswoman Lauren BoebertA group of progressive Democrats on Wednesday ratcheted up pressure on Speaker Nancy Pelosi to punish firebrand conservative Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado, whose recent comments likening a Muslim member of Congress to a bomb-carrying terrorist they decried as a "bigoted" incitement to violence that puts "an entire group of Americans" in danger.
Judges Are Putting Public Safety At Risk By Releasing Dangerous Defendants On PR Bonds, Boulder County DA SaysThe Boulder County District Attorney is speaking out over what he calls the reckless and haphazard release of high risk offenders from court.
Colorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter Frustrated After Senate Shoots Down Safe Banking Act For Marijuana BusinessesColorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter is frustrated that once again the Senate has shot down his proposal to allow marijuana businesses access to the banking system.
Denver City Council Approves Ban On Flavored TobaccoThe Denver City Council met Monday evening for a final vote on a new initiative that would ban flavored tobacco and vape juices.
State Audit Finds Severe Problems In Unemployment Claims & PaymentsA new audit shows Colorado lawmakers how bad the problems are surrounding unemployment claims and payments.
National Abortion Rights Argument Takes The Stage In DenverDozens of Coloradans attended a pro-abortion rally on Saturday hosted by the Party for Socialism and Liberation in Denver. 
State Lawmakers Vow Change After Allegations Of Funeral Homes Selling Body Parts, Giving Families False Cremains  Gruesome discoveries at some Colorado funeral homes could result in tougher regulations for the industry. Investigators in Eagle and Lake Counties say they found unidentified bodies wrapped in blankets, an unrefrigerated corpse, and bags of unlabeled cremains at two funeral homes owned by Shannon Kent.
Colorado Democratic Lawmakers Working On Equity Act Which Protects Abortion AccessColorado Democratic legislators say they're working on a bill to uphold abortion rights in the state regardless of what happens at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Proposed Ban On Flavored Tobacco Products In Denver Feared To Have Big ImpactsDenver City Council is to decide whether to ban flavored tobacco products.
Ken Salazar, U.S. Ambassador To Mexico, Talks Trade & COVID With Gov. Jared PolisGov. Jared Polis joined U.S. Ambassador to Mexico and former Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar to talk about U.S.-Mexico trade and the economy.
FBI Agents Raid Home Of Mesa County Clerk Tina PetersA multiagency task force has executed search warrants at four locations in western Colorado amid an ongoing investigation into allegations that an elections clerk was involved in a security breach of elections equipment earlier this year.
New Colorado House And Senate Maps Approved By Colorado Supreme CourtThe Colorado Supreme Court approved new state House and Senate maps. The maps cover districts for state representation in the Colorado Legislature.
Colorado Congressman Optimistic On Climate Change Despite 'Short Runway' To Avoid ConsequencesRep. Joe Neguse said he is hopeful after attending the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Scotland.
Governor Polis Joins Others In Effort To Move Cannabis Industry Into Banking SystemGov. Jared Polis and 21 other governors from across the country sent a letter to Congress urging lawmakers to allow cannabis shops to use banks.
Thomas Hamner Of Colorado Charged In Connection To Jan. 6 Riot At U.S. CapitolThomas Patrick Hamner, 48, of Peyton was arrested Tuesday in Colorado Springs.
In New Infrastructure Bill, New Cars To Be Equipped With Anti-Drunk Driving Sensors & Prevent Cars From StartingOne of the lesser known provisions in the newly-passed infrastructure bill could save thousands of lives by stopping drunk driving before it starts.

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