Tag Archives: Colorado Supreme Court

Gardner backs farmers, asks Feds for drought declaration

by Jack Minor –   In the latest move to help farmers in Weld County obtain access to groundwater to save their crops, Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CD-4) has asked the federal government to issue a drought declaration for the state. … Continue reading

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Colorado Supreme Court ruling moves sexual assault case forward

by Peter Grady– A case against involving an alleged sexual assault on a child will be moving forward following a Colorado Supreme Court ruling in favor of an appeal filed by Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck. The case involved … Continue reading

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Colorado High Court issues victory for gun owners over CU ban

by Jack Minor — In a victory for Second Amendment advocates, the Colorado Supreme Court today struck down a gun ban by the University of Colorado’s Board of Regents. In 2003 the state legislature passed the Concealed Carry Act, which … Continue reading

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Colorado Supreme Court rejects redistricting proposal

by Jack Minor – The Colorado Supreme Court stated the proposed redistricting plan did not pass Constitutional muster. The decision stated the redistricting plan was not sufficiently attentive to county boundaries to meet the constitutional requirements and the commission did … Continue reading

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McInnis cleared of plagiarism charges

by Jack Minor  In a story that received no local coverage, Scott McInnis, former gubernatorial candidate, was exonerated on charges he plagiarized an issue paper, opening the way for Dan Maes to win the nomination.  During the primary campaign, McInnis … Continue reading

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Court rules using someone else’s social security number not identity theft

By Jack Minor The Colorado Supreme Court issued a ruling that using someone else’s Social Security number is not identity theft as long as you use your own name with it. The case involved Felix Montes-Rodriguez who went to Hajek … Continue reading

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