Tag:Attorney General

Proposed Bill Hopes to Curb Coloradans Healthcare Debt

At the end of January, a bill was introduced in the Colorado General Assembly to help reduce medical debt for the state’s residents.

Colorado Attorney General Holds ‘Final Steps’ Hearing For Upcoming Data Privacy Law

Officials with the AG's Office said the hearing is one of the final steps in the process to finalize the implementation of CPA.

Colorado Supreme Court to Review River Access Case

The Colorado Supreme Court has granted a petition for writ of certiorari in a water access case that could be precedent setting.

Colorado AG Announces Natural Resources Fellowship in Honor of Late Justice Hobbs

Former Colorado Supreme Court Justice Gregory Hobbs, Jr. was honored by State Attorney General Phil Weiser, who dedicated a natural resources and environment fellowship at the Colorado Department of Law to the late justice, according to a Dec. 2 announcement.

Colorado AG Gives Insight Into Upcoming Privacy Act

As cybersecurity concerns grow, the Colorado Privacy Act will soon take hold in the ever-evolving world of data.

Anne Kelly Lays Out Plans After Being Appointed District Attorney for 12th Judicial District

Anne Kelly, who most recently worked in the 20th Judicial District, was appointed by Gov. Jared Polis to the DA post for the 12th Judicial District.

Opioid Manufacturer Mallinckrodt Pays $18 million to Colorado

Weiser announced Aug. 2 that Mallinckrodt will pay Colorado $18 million for its role in fueling the opioid epidemic.

Red Rocks Credit Union Returns More Than $300,000 in GAP Refunds

Red Rocks Credit Union paid $312,267.84 to 1,328 consumers for failing to return GAP refunds from Oct. 1, 2014, to July 1, 2020.