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‘Ebel Effect’ drives surge in Colorado corrections spending

The problem has gone up enormously since the murder of prisons chief Tom Clements.

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.

‘That’s the Guy!’: Finding a fix for flawed eyewitness identification

Looking at how we do lineups (Part Two)

‘That’s The Guy!’: The power and peril of eyewitness identification

Looking at how we do lineups (Part One)

State Senate control still up in the air late Friday

All eyes remain on the Resolution Room at the Adams County Government Center in Brighton.

Republicans lick chops at prospect of state Senate control

With a one-seat Democratic majority in Colorado’s State Senate (18-17) and at least seven races in play, the calculus for dominance in the legislature’s...

In tight state House race, Benge slams Kagan for being a...

  The Republican newcomer seeking to represent Colorado’s House District 3 is running largely on one qualification – womanhood. A persistent, gender-loaded message underscores Candice Benge’s...

Guv signs budget; local-control ghost bill makes racket; lots of bills...

This year's "long bill" includes more money for public safety, $144 million for flood and wildlife recovery and $100 million to make higher education in the state more affordable.

A Republican Dilemma: The abortion bill died; personhood lingers

Republicans at the Capitol voted against the personhood bill, calling it unconstitutional, which bodes ill for the personhood initiative now speeding toward the ballot

At gay-rights event, GOP Rep. Nikkel speaks on battling bigotry to...

Colorado state Representative B.J. Nikkel, R-Loveland, this weekend said the experience of bigotry and intimidation she experienced last spring during the debate over a same-sex civil unions bill has strengthened her position in support of the bill. She said that, even though she's not running for reelection and won't be at the capitol to vote, she's confident that conservatives will come to see the bill as consistent with their social values and that next year's version of the bill will pass with significant Republican backing.
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