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Lawmakers — again — consider subjecting Colorado’s judicial branch to open...

For the third consecutive year, a committee of lawmakers discussed whether the administrative records of the state’s judicial branch should be subject to the...

Willfully violating Colorado’s Open Record Act will no longer be a...

It’s been on the books since the state legislature adopted the Colorado Open Records Act nearly a half-century ago: Anyone who “willfully and knowingly” violates the...

New law in Colorado: You have to ‘cool-off’ before suing for...

Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper signed legislation Thursday that requires a “cooling-off period” when open-records disputes reach the point where litigation is being considered. With...

ACLU files FOIA suit for documents related to ‘Muslim ban’ implementation

The American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit Tuesday demanding information about President Donald Trump’s executive orders restricting immigration...

Could more transparency come to Colorado this year?

  Colorado's Open Records Act is an old law with some outdated provisions in it. Last year, state legislation failed that would help align the law...

High Court to Planned Parenthood shooting judge: Explain yourself

  The Colorado Supreme Court has ordered a judge to explain why he's keeping certain records in the Planned Parenthood shooting case secret. The High Court gave El Paso District...

Opinion: A 21st-century open-records law for Colorado

When was the last time you used microfilm or microfiche to find information? Does the phrase “on-line bulletin board” bring to mind that screeching...

Notes from the Statehouse: more nicotine regs, lower open-records fees and...

Notes from the Colorado State Capitol on February 24, 2014.

North Fork Valley federal lawsuit seeks end to secret oil, gas...

The Citizens for a Healthy Community and Western Environmental Law Center's suit aims to upend the Bureau of Land Management's practice of keeping nominators' names secret until after a lease is sold.