Amendment 78: Colorado voters will decide if lawmakers should have more oversight of state spending
Supporters say the measure will increase transparency while opponents call it a partisan ploy to disrupt government
3 caregivers charged in death of 86-year-old at Grand Junction assisted living facility
Staff initially said Hazel Place died peacefully in a courtyard, her family says. An investigation led by the Attorney General’s office showed she was actually left out in the heat for 6 hours
Aurora police consistently break the law through racially biased policing and excessive force, attorney general finds
Attorney General Phil Weiser launched a patterns and practices investigation into the Aurora Police Department amid protests surrounding the 2019 death of Elijah McClain
Colorado attorney general and 19 others back South Carolina abortion law challenge
Brief filed Wednesday in federal appeals court claims law banning abortion when fetal activity is detected would tax health care systems in other states as women seek care elsewhere
Carman: A mother’s grief turns to long-overdue action in justice for Elijah McClain
Everything started to change when the Black Lives Matter movement raised the profile of Elijah McClain’s case
6 ways Colorado’s laws have recently changed to prevent another death like Elijah McClain’s
From new rules about how and when ketamine can be administered to a ban on carotid and choke holds, Colorado lawmakers have taken steps to prevent a death like McClain’s from happening again.
Grand jury returns 32-count indictment against Aurora officers, paramedics in Elijah McClain’s death
Five people — three police officers and two paramedics — each were charged-with one count of manslaughter and one count of criminally negligent homicide
Colorado unveils plan to distribute $400 million in opioid settlement money
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and a number of local officials announced a framework that would split the dollars between state and local governments
Lauren Boebert’s campaign leads the pack as Colorado congressional candidates raised $4.8M last quarter
Boebert, a Garfield County Republican, gathered nearly $1 million in April, May and June. Gov. Jared Polis gave his reelection campaign $250,000.
Colorado would get at least $50 million under proposed settlement of national opioid lawsuits against Purdue Pharma
The deal comes after Colorado and 14 other states late Wednesday agreed to drop their opposition to a bankruptcy plan filed by Purdue, the maker of the powerful prescription painkiller OxyContin
Colorado AG appoints investigators for whistleblower’s pollution complaint
Attorney General Phil Weiser issued a Thursday statement saying his office had appointed attorneys at Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders LLP, an Atlanta-based firm, as special assistant attorneys general
Colorado is the third state to pass a consumer-data privacy bill. Now what?
Yes, you can ask a company to delete your personal data. No, it doesn’t apply to all personal data. And yes, many companies in-and-out of Colorado must figure out how to manage this by July 2023.
Colorado, U.S. Department of Justice end Trump-era legal battle over immigration and policing
Colorado is one of several states that will have its funding reinstated after the Biden administration repealed a policy that requires states cooperate with federal immigration enforcement in order to receive funds
Carman: As police brutality reforms take effect and investigations mount, who’s laughing now?
The police brutality that has targeted and tormented the Black community in Colorado since forever is real
Opinion: Legislation to reduce Colorado’s jail populations makes sense for safety and social justice
Arrests should be reduced because jail is a dehumanizing and often traumatizing experience that violently disrupts families and communities, and can destroy lives.
Colorado attorney general launches probe of whistleblowers’ air-pollution control complaints
Phil Weiser’s office asks for a third-party investigator to assess internal employee complaints that the Air Pollution Control Division ignored the law and falsified data
February storm eats up much of Cripple Creek schools’ energy budget for an entire year
A five-figure shocker has the tiny mountain district asking if anybody can help while they try to figure out where to cut.
Rural Colorado is footing the bill for February’s deep freeze — even if rural Colorado never got very cold
Angry utility customers in places like Grand Valley and Grand Mesa pen poison letters: “It’s a monopoly! Reduce obscene CEO pay!”
Colorado AG asks federal regulators to probe traders’ “windfall” gas profits from February cold snap
More Colorado utilities filed documents explaining how big the hit to consumers’ pocketbooks might be, including up to $552 for some Black Hills Energy customers
International fraud rings with “local nexus” are attacking Colorado’s unemployment system, investigators suspect
The state has flagged 1.1 million unemployment claims as possible fraud since the pandemic began. No charges have been filed, but AG Phil Weiser has created a task force to find the culprits.