Tag:House Judiciary Committee
Colorado General Assembly Adopts Clean-Up Provisions to Misdemeanor Reform
Last year, Colorado senators passed a bipartisan bill to restructure the state’s misdemeanor laws, following it up with further changes this session.
The First Few Bills Introduced to the Judiciary Committees
So far this session, lawmakers have introduced more than 20 bills to the House and Senate judiciary committees.
‘We Will Get This Right’
Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Brian Boatright, who has served as chief only since January, delivered his first State of the Judiciary address to...
Colorado Leads Multistate Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google
Following on news of the state’s participation in a major antitrust lawsuit against Facebook, Colorado is now going after another tech giant for anticompetitive...
Will Cannabis Soon Get a ‘SAFE’ Haven to Bank?
With 33 states having legalized marijuana in some form, cannabis-related companies and banks that want their business have been looking for signs of a...
Colorado Officials Want Mueller Report Before Congress
With the public release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, the subject is now for Congress to review. At least according to Democrats. The redacted report...
Legislature Moves Bail Reform Forward
Two bills that take significant steps toward bail reform in Colorado got hearings in the House Judiciary Committee Thursday. The committee advanced one and...
Third Time a Charm for ‘Ban the Box’ in Colorado
Rep. Leslie Herod’s voice rose as she closed out her plea to the House Judiciary Committee to vote to advance the “Colorado Chance to...
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