Bills For Foster Youth Bill of Rights, LLP Practice Regulation, Privacy Protections for Criminal Justice Records Signed into Law in Colorado

The anticipated Foster Youth Bill of Rights, LLP practice regulations and privacy protections for criminal records were signed into law.

Bill Repealing State Immigration Laws Among Killed Bills So Far in Colorado Legislative Session

A bill was killed that would have repealed state immigration laws prohibiting arrest in a courthouse, among other provisions.

Court Opinion: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for March 28

The Colorado Court of Appeals released three opinions on March 28, including a case involving the Colorado Open Records Act.

Bills Addressing Colorado Open Records Act, Colorado Open Meetings Law Introduced

A trio of bills introduced in both the House and Senate this past week would make changes to the Colorado Open Records Act and the Colorado Open Meetings Law.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for April 27

The Colorado Court of Appeals made multiple rulings this week including related to records requests and a vehicular homicide.

Prohibit Unserialized Firearms, Updating CORA Records Definitions Bills Introduced

This week, lawmakers introduced bills aimed at reproductive care, CORA, unserialized firearms and more.

A Brief History of State Employee Ethics

The 40-year history of state employee ethics in Colorado culminated in the founding of the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission in 2006.

Former Colorado Governor and Attorney Dick Lamm Dies at 85

While Dick Lamm contributed to several enduring laws, his political career remains in a controversial shadow.