A group of Colorado lawmakers on Tuesday approved a baseline set of standards for how jails in the state should house, feed, restrain, treat and care for the people within their facilities, concluding a 17-month-long process to develop guidelines for the first time in the state’s history.
Law Week spoke with real estate attorneys at five local law firms about affordable housing ahead of the next legislative session.
Two bills from the Colorado Legislature’s special session on property taxes are headed to the desk of Gov. Jared Polis after weekend work, and lawmakers could wrap up work on the rest of the legislation as soon as Monday.
State and local election officials face threats and intimidation, driving experienced workers out of the profession, a panel of election officials told a U.S. Senate committee Wednesday.
A program to bridge the criminal justice system with behavioral health in Colorado has been expanded by the legislature.
With labor and employment law always on the move, it can be hard to keep up with the legislation that made it into law this year.
A bill that would have removed a district attorney candidate’s political party from the ballot was killed in committee.
A bill introduced would allow state elected officials to block people on social media at the official's discretion.
This week, lawmakers introduced bills aimed at reproductive care, CORA, unserialized firearms and more.