Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed bills Thursday that seek to help local governments improve public safety and bolster school safety efforts.
Good-government groups are criticizing the Supreme Court's decision Monday eliminating rules on how much a candidate can spend to pay back loans he or she made to the campaign.
Anyone in a state where abortion becomes illegal who relies on the internet for information, products and services related to reproductive health would be subject to online policing.
An apparently racially motivated attack at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, resulted in 10 deaths on May 14, 2022, with the teenage suspect allegedly targeting Black shoppers in a prominently African American neighborhood.
Current and former Colorado officials who are critical of recently-passed fentanyl legislation are calling for a special session to further address the crisis in the state.
In simple terms, to codify something means to enshrine a right or a rule into a formal systematic code. It could be done through an act of Congress in the form of a federal law.
A Mesa County Court Judge Tuesday removed Tina Peters as the Designated Election Official (DEO) for Mesa County, barring her from overseeing the 2022 Primary and General Elections.
The Colorado Senate Friday passed a controversial bill that would increase penalties for fentanyl-related offenses in the state.
There are three flagpoles outside Boston City Hall. One flies the United States flag. Another flies the Massachusetts state flag. And on Monday, the Supreme Court ruled on what can fly from the third.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis has appointed John W. Stenger to the Rio Grande County Court.