Articles By John Ingold
Bills passed by Democrats in the state House and killed by Republicans in the state Senate offer a glimpse of a possible agenda -- from health care to drilling to immigration.
Democrats will control Colorado’s government for the first time since 1936. Here’s a chart showing historical trends.
Democrats seized full control of Colorado government for the first time since 1936
The marijuana business had been sued for damages under anti-racketeering laws. The case was seen as a major threat to the state's cannabis industry.
Health care is Colorado voters’ No. 1 issue. So why won’t the candidates for governor explain their plans?
Both Jared Polis and Walker Stapleton have proposed big ideas to change Colorado health coverage -- but have offered few details about how they would implement them
Personal injury attorney Franklin Azar donates $224,000 to PAC that has district court judge Edward Moss’ retention in its sights
Best known for television ads suggesting big settlements, Azar is the sole donor to Great Judges for a Great Colorado, which has spent six digits on ads against Moss
How a property dispute over views and smells could pose a major threat to Colorado’s marijuana industry
A lawsuit going to trial on Monday could create a blueprint for using the federal RICO act to take down marijuana businesses in civil court
As outrage grows over the killing of a prominent journalist, a Denver law firm has been making $125,000 a month lobbying for Saudi Arabia
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck will not sever business ties with the country over its connection to the killing of Jamal Khashoggi
A Denver-based appeals court is investigating ethics complaints against Brett Kavanaugh. Here’s why nothing will likely come from it.
The Denver-based 10th Circuit Court of Appeals' investigation of ethics complaints against Brett Kavanaugh will likely end with a whimper, legal experts say
A Colorado case inspired a U.S. Supreme Court justice to write a stinging rebuke of solitary confinement
Justice Sonia Sotomayor said solitary confinement “comes perilously close to a penal tomb”