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Colorado moves to provide free tampons to women in jails Not...

On January 24, Elisabeth Epps was sentenced to 27 days in the Arapahoe County Jail for obstructing a peace officer at a pool party in 2015. While...

Open records bill no longer gives public access to completed police...

Update: A previous version of this story was updated to indicate the House passed a watered-down version of the bill on Thursday, May 3.  Proposed...

New smartphone app helps the public keep cops accountable

"If you see something, say something." It's a mantra that's constantly drilled into us in post-9/11 America. But what if you see the cops do something wrong?...

No legal protections for religious baker’s discrimination

The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled today that Masterpiece Cakeshop and its owner Jack Phillips violated Colorado’s Anti-Discrimination Act by refusing to make a...

Bill curtailing solitary confinement faces changes to reduce cost

Amendments to strip off an expected fiscal note are on the way for a bill sponsors say would protect those with mental illnesses and developmental disabilities from being placed in solitary confinement while incarcerated.

Denver groups seek to bury illegal immigrant impound initiative

DENVER — A phone bank jammed with more than 30 volunteers was ringing phones off the hook earlier this week, asking residents to vote no on "impound" Initiative 300. "This would force police to do something that will cost us roughly $6 million to implement," said Carolyn Siegel from Coloradans for Safe Communities, a coalition of labor, advocacy and religious groups.
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