Taxpayers are only covering Democrats’ legal fees in a partisan Colorado legislature lawsuit. Republicans say that’s unfair.
The case has cost taxpayers $40,000 and counting, more than half of which was appropriated without necessary lawmaker approval
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Barbara Morris alleges Centura Health retaliated against her in violation of Colorado's assisted suicide law
Purdue has said it needs to make bonus payments to keep employees and maintain operations at a time of high turnover
A Colorado town removed its police chief and paid $50,000 to settle allegations against an officer. Then it hired a cop with past complaints.
Officials in the town of Springfield rebuffed multiple interview requests from The Colorado Sun made over several months, but a series of open records requests revealed a timeline of what unfolded
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
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.
Colorado is also part of a separate group of states Friday that disclosed an investigation into Facebook's market dominance
A Colorado lawmaker has agreed to stop blocking people on social media after being sued. But the ACLU wanted more.
The legal challenge targeting state Sen. Ray Scott, a Republican from Mesa County, will cost taxpayers $25,000
Some major oil and gas companies have asked President Donald Trump to forgo the rollbacks, siding with environmentalists
In a 2-1 decision, the appeals court said the local governments do have a right to sue. The court didn't rule on the merits of the lawsuit.