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How a Libertarian plans to challenge Colorado’s ‘ballot-selfie’ law

  Caryn Ann Harlos, the pink-haired spokeswoman for Colorado’s growing Libertarian Party, wants to make a video of herself filling out her mail-in ballot and...

Former instructor prevails in free speech lawsuit against Adams State

  In 2015, Danny LeDonne published a series of articles criticizing his former employer, Adams State University. The school retaliated with a “No Trespass Order”...

Wiretap: GOP debates what conservative means

Defining conservative The real debate among those competing in the GOP presidential sweepstakes: What it means to be a conservative. If you watched the Milwaukee...

Sexual-orientation discrimination may cost Twin Peaks’ school charter

Twin Peaks Charter Academy blocked senior and valedictorian Evan Young from giving his graduation speech because he refused to remove his gay identity from the script....

Candidate Lucero ‘cleaned up that Churchill mess’… or not

Conservative Colorado University Regent Tom Lucero is sure to mention on the stump in the Fourth District where he's campaigning for Congress that he...

Early Bird Special: Unions picket Ritter, Colorado to get tourism bump

A daily roundup of some of our favorite news from around Colorado. • Dozens of union members -- including some who flew in from Colorado -- picketed Gov. Bill Ritter on Wednesday outside two fundraisers the first-term Democrat attended in Washington, D.C., 9News' Adam Schrager reports. Firefighters and grocery workers are angry with Ritter for vetoing two bills this year. "It's a matter of integrity and I believe he's failed in that category," said an Aurora firefighter. The governor supprts firefighters, but "sometimes leadership means having to say no to your friends," Ritter's campaign manager wrote in an e-mail to Schrager.

Denver Pair Won’t Settle Without Proving White House Wrong

If the U.S. Justice Department wants to talk about settling lawsuits filed by two of three people thrown out of a March 2005 Denver...

Bush Manual “Rallies” Partisans to Crush Dissent

The October 2002 Presidential Advance Manual reads like something from a banana republic. It recommends preemptive strikes and partisan "rally squads"  to stomp out...

In Englewood, Bureaucrats Try to Define Art, Free Speech

It's been more than three months since Mike Mahaney had to worry about graffiti scarring the sides of his shop on South Broadway. The...

CU Regents Fire Churchill; Lawsuit Due Wednesday

For University of Colorado President Hank Brown, Ward Churchill is like a nagging case of institutional herpes. Each time Brown thinks he has salved...