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Maria Berkenkotter, a graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, is the former chief judge in the 20th Judicial District in Boulder County
Trump picks Amy Coney Barrett for U.S. Supreme Court; Cory Gardner voted to put her on federal bench in 2017The Associated Press Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Here’s what John Hickenlooper thinks about a U.S. Supreme Court expansion and what makes a good justiceJesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
A look at how the new redistricting commissions are selected and how they will draw new congressional and legislative maps in Colorado
Colorado voters may face as many as 11 major questions on November ballot as initiative deadline arrives
Four questions are pending approval from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office, including a measure to create paid family and medical leave program and a state income tax cut
She and other Colorado law grads worried that a coronavirus bar exam was a bad idea. Then she tested positive.
Sydney Donovan found out about her positive COVID-19 test result when she turned on her phone Wednesday after finishing the test. She was asymptomatic and was only screened because of an upcoming surgery.
Colorado Supreme Court rejects governor’s attempt to allow signature gathering for ballot initiatives by email, mail
The decision marks the first court-ordered reversal of an action taken by Gov. Jared Polis in response to the coronavirus crisis
Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, a fierce gun rights organization based in Colorado, challenged the large-capacity magazine law. They argue that it violates the state constitution.
Adams County District Judge Judge Thomas R. Ensor joked with attorneys in the trial to “be nice to Juror 25” -- his wife -- because dinner was on the line.
Colorado Supreme Court removes second Democratic U.S. Senate candidate, Lorena Garcia, from primary ballot
Garcia is vowing to challenge the Colorado Supreme Court's ruling in federal court, saying the decision "violated the people of Colorado's right to support their candidate."
Colorado Supreme Court rules Democratic U.S. Senate candidate who didn’t collect sufficient signatures shouldn’t be on ballot
Michelle Ferrigno Warren, a nonprofit leader, argued that the coronavirus outbreak prevented her from collecting the necessary number of signatures -- 1,500 each from Democratic voters in Colorado's seven congressional districts
The Colorado General Assembly recessed on March 14 because of COVID-19 and it’s not clear when state lawmakers will return