Gale Norton, Colorado’s first female attorney general, joined 17 other former state AGs in a letter supporting the “Keep Nine” Amendment which would cap the number of Supreme Court justices at nine.
Raising questions about a long-standing legal principle, a cert sent to SCOTUS hopes to clarify if bump stocks are legal — and if agency experience can be forcefully deferred by courts.
A recent Supreme Court decision reaffirmed a long-standing intellectual property doctrine that bars inventors who turn over their patents to others from later claiming the patent is invalid.
The Supreme Court ruled in late June that public schools have little authority to regulate teenagers’ off campus social media posts.
On June 28, the Supreme Court denied a request by Montana and Wyoming to sue Washington over state authority to block a coal export terminal.
A Colorado marijuana tax case was rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court, but the court released a statement pointing out patchwork legislation.
The Supreme Court invalidated a Philadelphia antidiscrimination ordinance for foster children and aspiring foster parents.
The Supreme Court decided a major climate change case, clarifying questions federal appeals courts must answer in similar lawsuits