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Topic - John Suthers
State lawmakers opposed to Colorado's landmark Taxpayer Bill of Rights won another legal victory Friday as the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled their lawsuit challenging the law can proceed.
State attorneys general are not obligated to defend laws in their states banning same-sex marriage if the laws discriminate in a way forbidden by the Constitution, Attorney General Eric Holder told his state counterparts Tuesday.
A judge in Golden has rejected broad claims against the state by Coloradoans affected by a 2012 blaze that forestry officials started as a controlled burn, but negligence claims can go ahead.
Nine same-sex Colorado couples are suing to overturn the state's constitutional rejection of gay marriage, saying it reduces them to second-class citizenship.
The magazine High Times and weekly newspaper Westword have filed a lawsuit challenging Colorado rules that bar recreational pot shops from advertising in most publications.
The Democratic candidate for Colorado attorney general says the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage violates the constitutional rights of gay couples and that the law shouldn't be defended.
A $23 million chunk of Colorado's share of the nationwide $25 billion federal mortgage banking settlement is being reallocated to help provide affordable housing, including for residents of counties hit by floods and wildfires.
The group that brought edgy ads to television and billboards in an effort to reduce meth abuse is bringing that same approach to a statewide effort to prevent teen prescription drug abuse.
By The Associated Press (AP) — Good morning.
DENVER (AP) — Prepared text of Gov. John Hickenlooper's State of the State speech on Thursday:
Western lawmakers are waging a bipartisan revolt against the Obama administration's decision to cut mineral royalties to the states as a result of the sequester, but so far the administration isn't budging.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper's decision to block the execution of convicted killer Nathan Dunlap for as long as he is governor infuriated victims' relatives and drew quick criticism from Republicans ahead of the 2014 election.
As technology advances, Americans' privacy expectations are being squeezed down to the point they soon will fit easily within the walls of a home.
Democrats pushing for comprehensive federal immigration reform are getting some help from Republicans still reeling from their drubbing at the hands of Hispanic voters in 2012.
It came as something as a shock last weekend when the Obama administration abruptly reversed its position on ballot security by agreeing to let states check suspected illegal voters against a federal database.
"I fear that refusing to defend unpopular or politically distasteful laws will ultimately weaken the legal and moral authority that attorneys general have earned and depend on," Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, a Republican, wrote in a Washington Post opinion column this month. "We will become viewed as simply one more player in a political system rather than as legal authorities in a legal system."