AG Weiser Joins Coalition Urging High Court to Reverse Lower Court Ruling Involving Medication Abortion

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser joined a multistate coalition of attorneys general in protecting access to medication abortion.

Gov. Polis Signs More Than 160 Bills Into Law

This session, state lawmakers introduced more than 670 bills and of those, more than 160 were signed into law.

Colorado Law Conference Brings Together Legal Minds to Discuss U.S. Supreme Court

Legal experts recently came together for a conference in Colorado focused on the U.S. Supreme Court and “The Role of States in the Midst of Federal Court Crisis.”

What Mifepristone Rulings Mean for Colorado and Beyond

Two federal court rulings last week over a medication commonly used in abortions have opened a slate of legal questions.

Campaign Finance Limits, Tenant Protections, Access to Reproductive Care Bills Introduced

Lawmakers introduced a bill that would protect health care providers of reproductive services from adverse actions from insurers.

‘A Woman’s Place is in the House’: The Legislative Legacy of Rep. Pat Schroeder

Pat Schroeder, who died this week at age 82, was known for her sharp wit and fierce advocacy for equal rights, health care and family leave.

Big Decisions: Rise of the Conservative Majority on the Supreme Court

During the United States Supreme Court’s recently concluded term, the nation saw major changes on keystone issues such as reproductive rights, environmental regulation, First Amendment rights, guns and more.

2022 Legislative Report – A Frenzied End to the Legislative Session Leads into a Chaotic Campaign Season

Brownstein shareholder Sarah Mercer and policy advisor Jia Meeks provide a summary of the Colorado legislative session in this opinion piece.