Tag:Jared Polis

Polsinelli, Lewis Roca, Buchalter Add Attorneys, Frost Brown Todd Opens Denver Office

Frost Brown Todd announced the opening of a Denver Office, several firms announced new partners and shareholders in their Denver offices.

Use of the Term ‘Excited Delirium’ Now Prohibited in Colorado

On April 4, Colorado became the second state in the country to ban the official use of the term “excited delirium.”

Colorado House approves $40.6 billion amended state budget

The Colorado House of Representatives approved the state’s $40.6 billion budget and its accompanying bills on Monday, approaching the end of the constitutionally-required, months-long process to craft a balanced spending plan.

Supreme Court justices, governors weigh how to ‘disagree better’ in a polarized U.S.

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Amy Coney Barrett and Sonia Sotomayor spoke to the nation’s governors Friday about how they disagree on cases of major import without resorting to the rancor that often marks modern politics.

Gov. Polis Appoints James Hesson to the Moffat County Court

Gov. Polis appointed James Hesson to the Moffat County Court replacing Judge Brittany Schneider, effective immediately.

Gov. Polis Appoints Jon Olafson to the 2nd Judicial District Court

Gov. Polis appointed Jon Olafson to the 2nd Judicial District Court to replace retiring Judge Shelley Gilman, effective Dec. 1.

Colorado Officials React to Supreme Court Narrowing of EPA Wetland Jurisdiction

Colorado officials have published statements following the U.S. Supreme Court narrowing the definition of wetlands under the Clean Water Act.

Ireland Stapleton Names Diversity Committee, Polis Appoints Michelle Chostner, John Scott to District Courts

Ireland Stapleton announced their 2023 equity, diversity and inclusiveness committee, Gov. Jared Polis made district court appointments and more.