“The best day in two years”: Colorado Army captain celebrates Biden’s repeal of transgender military ban
Capt. Alivia Stehlik came out before the ban began in 2017. She hopes the repeal will lead to more gains for trans soldiers.
Colorado Supreme Court updates definition of common-law marriage to include LGBTQ, nontraditional couples
Three rulings issued Monday broaden criteria for common-law marriage, address situations where couples don’t agree on marriage status
Opinion: In Mike Pence, evangelicals had their “24-karat-gold” man in the White House
Nicolais: A Colorado Supreme Court justice put principle over personal preference in two recent cases
By choosing to write dissents in two anti-discrimination cases before the Colorado Supreme Court, Marquez showed exceptional judicial restraint
With coronavirus nixing gatherings, LGBTQ+ Coloradans seek new ways to foster belonging
LGBTQ+ people feel some impacts of the pandemic more sharply than the general population, but there have been silver linings to the shutdown
As HIV infection rates rise in Colorado, pharmacies can now prescribe preventative pills
Medication to protect people from contracting HIV was approved in 2012, but public health officials want to increase access to the drug
Littwin: Yes, Trump used Barrett’s swearing-in ceremony to taunt his opponents one more time
Who knows what the ramifications of a conservative court will be? Would the threat of overturning Roe influence voters on anti-abortion Prop. 115?
Nicolais: The ad attacking Brianna Titone is an ugly miscalculation
Focusing on the gender of Colorado’s first transgender legislator is both bad politics and dumb
Weiser: Ruth Bader Ginsburg showed us how to find common ground, even when we disagree
Nicolais: Neil Gorsuch’s opinion presents another lesson in judicial independence
We should all stop expecting judges to act like pawns for the politicians who appoint them
Littwin: Neil Gorsuch’s ruling for LGBTQ rights proves that irony is not quite dead
Colorado’s very own, very conservative Supreme Court justice helps amend state’s tortured history on gay rights.
Krieger: Will Colorado Democrats choose another 1 percenter for the Senate?
Colorado still allows killers to use gay or transgender “panic” defenses. But the strategy could soon be outlawed.
The strategy has recently been outlawed in a number of states, including California, New York and New Jersey. It’s still used in Colorado, though sparingly.
Nicolais: Colorado conservatives take steps toward LGBTQ equality
While GOP state house members introduced six bills targeting the LGBTQ community, opposition from many conservatives demonstrated a slow growth in LGBTQ equality among their ranks
Republican anti-LGBTQ bills at the Colorado Capitol test: Where does the party stand?
A number of GOP members of the statehouse declined to talk about the measures. Several who did said they disagree with the slate of legislation.