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Colorado Republican AG Cynthia Coffman jumps in the governor’s race. Here’s...

Attorney General Cynthia Coffman chose the morning after Election Day to leap into the crowded race for governor leaving Republicans scrambling to field candidates...

Rep. Joe Salazar rules out run for governor for a shot...

State Rep. Joe Salazar announced today he will run for Attorney General in the 2018 election. Salazar, a Thornton Democrat, is currently in his...

‘The debt that never dies’

Bill Daly knows how it feels to be haunted by debt collectors. “I got married, got divorced, we practically gave away the house,” he said....

Attorney General: Halt federal regulation of toxic mercury

Coloradans may soon be breathing a little less easily, if Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has her way. Coffman filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme...

Littwin: Secrecy and self-destruction in Colorado’s GOP

Before we dig too far into the details of the Colorado GOP's dance with extortion and dysfunction, I think we can first all agree...

Eyewitness ID reform: Moving right along in Colorado

When State Sen. Ellen Roberts summoned the only person signed up to testify against the eyewitness identification reform bill, there was no response. He didn't show.

Markey challenges Treasurer Stapleton; Quick, Coffman vie to succeed Suthers

Two races on the ballot this year will decide key offices in Colorado: Republican Walker Stapleton is defending his office as state treasurer against...

Department of Justice warns states about discrimination against HIV-positive individuals

The U.S. Department of Justice has sent a letter to the attorneys general of all 50 states requesting assistance in quashing discrimination against HIV-positive people in certain training programs.

In debate, Garnett calls Suthers ‘attorney general for the tea party’

Candidate debates can be boring. Once in awhile, though, the fur flies. That was the case yesterday in Loveland, according to the Reporter Herald, when...

State lawmakers seek to bolster consumer protections against collection agencies

DENVER-- The House passed legislation Monday meant to tighten guidelines on debt collection agency practices, offering Colorado debtors an added measure of protection from unscrupulous and illegal collection tactics at a time when more Americans are defaulting on credit card debt than ever before.