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Colorado attorney general asks for federal investigation into Frontier Airlines’ coronavirus flight-change policies
The request comes as the U.S. airline industry is reeling from the economic effects of the coronavirus crisis. Hundreds of jobs are at risk in Denver.
Colorado attorney general opens investigation into “patterns and practices” of Aurora Police DepartmentBy Jesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado attorney general sues Juul, claims vape company marketed to kids and downplayed health risksBy Jesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
The Colorado attorney general’s review of Elijah McClain’s death is unprecedented. Here’s how it may go.By Jesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
What it looked like as Colorado’s attorney general argued before the U.S. Supreme Court by conference call
Democrat Phil Weiser argued in a case that could affect the way the U.S. elects presidents
U.S. Supreme Court to hold May arguments — including in Colorado’s “faithless electors” case — by teleconference
The court will hear 10 cases in all between May 4 and May 13
A decade into the opioid crisis, Colorado hospitals have changed the way they treat opioid-exposed babies. And it’s helping.
Colorado newborns are now less likely to get methadone and more likely to room with their moms
A Denver priest — his dad’s best friend — raped him. The state’s Catholic Church abuse report revealed the secret.
Neil Elms says he was repeatedly sexually assaulted by Lawrence St. Peter, a Colorado priest who rose to high ranks in the Denver Archdiocese. St. Peter wasn’t removed from clergy despite “numerous, reliable, consistent reports” he was abusing boys.
Colorado’s Catholic priest abuse reparations program received 78 claims, has already paid out over $1M
The deadline to file claims with the reparations program, created voluntarily by Colorado’s three dioceses, was Friday. There are still more than 60 claims to sort through.
The public impeachment hearings highlighted several exceptional career public servants, something Colorado has in spadesOpinion
The announcement came less than a week after an annual FBI report showed there were 123 hate crimes reported in Colorado in 2018, a 16% increase over the previous year
The magazine-limit law was passed in 2013, a year after the Aurora theater shooting
Colorado’s former attorney general wanted grand jury investigation of priest abuse scandal — but didn’t get it
Cynthia Coffman explains why the Catholic Church investigation was handled the way it was -- and why she is now calling for legislative change