Tag:Colorado Legislature

Court-Mental Health Liaison Program Expanded by Colorado Legislature

A program to bridge the criminal justice system with behavioral health in Colorado has been expanded by the legislature.

Leveraging Media, the Political Process, and the Court of Public Opinion

Varner Faddis Elite Legal, LLC's founding partner Eric Faddis explains the possible benefits of leveraging media, the political process and public opinion in personal injury cases.

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.

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.

Student Removed from Colorado Capital During Protest

Since the incident, Colorado lawmakers have released statements condemning the response by law enforcement as unnecessary.

With ICWA on Chopping Block, Lawmakers Introduce Colorado Version

With the U.S. Supreme Court considering ICWA, legislators have introduced a bill to codify the federal law in Colorado.

Bill Looks to Take Partisan Politics Out of DA and Sheriff Elections in Colorado

The bill hopes to boost public trust in criminal justice by making elections for sheriffs and DAs nonpartisan.

Abortion, Evictions, Recidivism, Court Data Sharing, Gig Work Bills Introduced

Lawmakers took aim this week at abolishing abortion, eviction protections, recidivism, court data sharing, gig work and more.