Colorado attorney general opens investigation into “patterns and practices” of Aurora Police Department
The attorney general can investigate Aurora police under authority recently granted by the passage of Senate Bill 217
Jared Polis is taking big money from private donors to fund key positions in Colorado governor’s officeBy John Frank Sun Investigation Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s attorney general has sent 34 cease-and-desist letters cracking down on coronavirus spreadBy Jennifer Brown Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
Fraud, ID theft in Colorado have shifted during coronavirus. Now is the time to double down on protection.By Tamara Chuang Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Trump administration rescinds rule requiring foreign students to attend in-person classes or leave U.S.By The Associated Press Education Primary category in which blog post is published
The “faithless electors” decision threatened to have major consequences in the upcoming election by reshaping the Electoral College
Racial and income gaps in diabetes management and access to care are worse than ever in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Move by Polis comes after national attention as Aurora seeks to finalize its own secondary investigation into the incident.
The EPA’s final rule also could impact Colorado’s zero-emissions mandate
Supreme Court worries about collateral damage — Frodo Baggins for president? — in Colorado’s Electoral College case
At issue: Should presidential electors in Colorado and throughout the country be bound to follow the will of their state’s voters when casting their Electoral College ballots?
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
In a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr, the state attorneys general noted that the four largest beef processors control 80 percent of the industry
An Associated Press review of county and campaign finance records shows Ken Paxton’s actions stood to benefit an exclusive group of Texans, including a Dallas donor and college classmate