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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - John Suthers
A court decision advancing "gay marriage" in Colorado undercuts truth and helps erode the family in society, the state’s bishops have said.
The Boulder County Clerk's decision last week to start issuing licenses to same-sex couples in defiance of Colorado law has her in hot water with state officials.
A federal court’s ruling against Utah’s marriage amendment has triggered a controversy in Colorado, where the Boulder County Clerk’s office has begun to give invalid marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
A group of Denver supporters of the federal birth control employer mandate took out their arts and crafts supplies to protest Attorney General John Suthers' involvement in the Hobby Lobby case.
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.
For the past year, Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler has been asking Homeland Security officials to check the names of thousands of possibly illegal voters in his state against a federal database.
Colorado and federal officials are suing a company that runs infomercials offering to teach people how make money in the promissory notes business.
Facebook has agreed to modify its terms and conditions for agencies within states across the country, removing obstacles in resolving legal issues that arise from using the social networking site.
Suthers indicated that rather than additional appellate litigation, the Colorado case will also be decided by the Supreme Court.
Suthers has said the licenses are invalid under state law.