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Colorado eyes High Court for news on gay marriage

DENVER -- The U.S. Supreme Court today is hearing arguments in a case that will push the most-recent chapter in the breakneck story of...

Computer glitches and alleged Gessler grandstanding

The glitchiness of Colorado's vote-tracking system spurred 2nd District Congressman Jared Polis, a Democrat from Boulder, to call outgoing Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler to task.

Littwin: And then the justices did nothing, which meant everything

  I think the first time I wrote that it was definitely all over on gay marriage was the day that Antonin Scalia wrote grudgingly,...

AG Suthers: Gay marriage will be legal in Colorado

  BOULDER, Colo. -- The Supreme Court on Monday decided to green-light gay marriage in at least five states by deciding not to hear any...

Littwin: Mr. Attorney General, the gay marriage ship has sailed

In case you missed it, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. Yes, it's big news, but it's not exactly groundbreaking news. Not any more. Maybe not ever again.

Colorado on its last month defending marriage ban

Last night U.S. District Judge Raymond P. Moore ruled that Colorado's marriage ban is unconstitutional.

Littwin: Same-sex marriage on winning streak

  Same-sex marriage has finally come to Denver. It may not last forever or even till death do them part, although I'm guessing it probably...

Denver, Boulder clerks battle attorney general on proposed halt to action...

The movement to bring gay marriage to Colorado has proceeded at breakneck pace, building great momentum that critics of Attorney General John Suthers fear he is attempting a in recent legal maneuver to derail.

Colorado attorney general seeks to suspend gay marriage cases

"In other words, the legal debate about this question will be suspended in Colorado as we await finality from the 10th Circuit or U.S. Supreme Court."

Boulder to Colorado on gay marriage: Sorry no, individual rights trump...

"Clerk Hall is prohibited from knowingly violating an individual's constitutional rights. Given all of the other law in this area, the 10th Circuit's decision to stay its mandate is too fragile a shield to hide behind."