Politics and Government
After facing U.S. Supreme Court criticism, Colorado’s civil rights division blasted by auditor as slow, not transparent
The Colorado auditor’s office found that the “division is slow to investigate complaints and the commission operates in a manner that is not transparent"
Colorado’s reinsurance program could fall $50 million short next year, according to health insurer estimatesBy John Ingold Health Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s attorney general will investigate whether Juul marketed to kids, misled on smoking cessationBy Jesse Paul Health Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado to challenge Trump administration decision ending states’ waiver for stricter vehicle-emissionsBy Jesse Paul Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado attorney general taking hard look at Trump administration’s clean-water regulations rollback
Democrat Phil Weiser says if the Environmental Protection Agency rolls back the Waters of the United State rule beyond a certain point, he could take legal action
“There was a convergence.” Politics, a housing crisis and activism produced a long-awaited sign of hope for mobile-home owners.
A Snapchat leads police to reopen investigation of CSU student’s death and raises questions about gun violence
The family of Finnegan Daly didn’t believe Fort Collins police and pressed the Larimer County district attorney to take a new look at a case mired in questions
Parked: Delta mobile-home resident poisoned by carbon monoxide; rental company denies anything is wrong
When the woman notified mobile park management she was moving out, she received an eviction threat
State law on mobile homes has roots in Aurora
Parked: One of the wealthiest counties in Colorado owns four mobile-home parks, an effort to hold on to affordable housing
Pitkin County owns four parks and the city of Aspen owns one
In a federal court filing, Centura Health argues that the U.S. Constitution's religious freedom protections trumps Colorado law's protections for doctors who both chose to or decide against prescribing lethal drugs to hasten the death of patients
Why it might not matter if Colorado’s attorney general doesn’t think the national opioid settlement is sufficient
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser says a bankruptcy court could “cram” a Purdue settlement onto the state. He also says he is examining potential legal action against other opioid companies.
Baer said Hickenlooper's entrance into the race changed his odds of winning