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Is it legal for a Colorado school board to name just...

In a case similar to the Boulder Daily Camera’s lawsuit against the University of Colorado regents, an El Paso County District Court judge will...

Colorado news orgs urge Polis to increase transparency around COVID-19 spread...

The following letter was sent to Colorado Gov. Jared Polis on Friday, Apr. 10, 2020: Dear Gov. Polis, We, the undersigned journalism organizations, want to thank...

Colorado’s elected officials grapple with how to keep public meetings open...

As the COVID-19 pandemic forces everybody to consider limiting their exposure to other people, local elected officials are starting to think about how they...

Research: What Colorado needs to do to preserve the modern public...

When state Sen. John Cooke asked for email communications of the top official for the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission last fall, the agency’s...

Stripping politics from Capitol’s sexual harassment policy proves to be tall...

Lawmakers are struggling to come up with a new sexual harassment policy at the Capitol that takes the politics out of the process of...

Lawmakers vote to close child autopsy reports, put burden on the...

Colorado lawmakers are poised to close public access to autopsy reports on minors, bowing to a request from county coroners who say disclosure of...

Lawsuit challenges Aurora’s ‘blanket policy’ of rejecting requests for police internal...

The city of Aurora’s “blanket policy” of denying open records requests for police internal affairs files, apparently without regard to the facts and circumstances...

Leslie Weise: Winner of The Colorado Independent’s 2017 Whistleblower Award

First Leslie Weise blew the whistle. And then she faced jail time. It all started two years ago with what seemed like a simple...

Elbert Co. still hasn’t released minutes of ‘Jerry Springer-like’ commission meeting...

Six months after a controversial, contentious meeting of the Elbert County Commission, county residents are still waiting to read the meeting minutes.

Opening records of disability nonprofits: ‘Impossible.’ Really?

The bill is still alive, but it’s becoming clear that 20 nonprofits serving people with disabilities won’t be covered by the Colorado Open Records...
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