Colorado Legal Services Awarded Two Grants to Develop Self-Help Legal Website, Improve Administrative Processes
Independent nonprofit Legal Services Corporation announced Nov. 16 it’s awarding Colorado Legal Services two technology initiative grants.
A federal judge in Denver on Monday declined to block enforcement of a new Colorado law that imposes a three-day waiting period on firearm purchases.
Colorado has seen increased incidents of hate against both Jewish and Palestinian communities over the last month since the escalation of the Israel-Hamas conflict.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis wants to fully meet the state’s financial obligation for public education in the state budget next year, eliminating the so-called budget stabilization factor for the first time in over a decade.
Judge Gil Martinez, a sitting senior judge and retired district court chief Judge of the 4th Judicial District, died at the age of 72.
A bill that would allow cities to authorize overdose prevention centers in Colorado will not move through an interim committee to get introduced in the Legislature next year.
Bridge to Justice, Colorado Legal Services and other organizations will receive grant funding for domestic violence programs.
Adults with disabilities are segregated in Colorado nursing homes, according to allegations in lawsuit filed by the federal government.