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Groups serve feds with notice of intent to sue over Arapahoe...

A coalition of environmental and citizen activist groups today filed a notice of intent to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) for...

Curry still has a pulse in state House District 61 race

Independent state lawmaker Kathleen Curry, a rare write-in incumbent, is still hopeful she won’t have to give up her seat in the state House...

Judge calls ‘impasse’ in talks over lawsuit challenging Roan Plateau drilling

A U.S. district court judge this week ended a year of negotiations between 10 environmental groups and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM)...

Cotter sues state for abusing discretion by ordering uranium mine cleanup

First the state in May respectfully asked Cotter Corp. to clean up an old uranium mine in Jefferson County with the potential to contaminate...

Group claims state broke new law with Cotter uranium cleanup deal

The grassroots citizen’s activist group Colorado Citizens Against Toxic Waste (CCATW) this week sued state radiation regulators for allegedly violating a new state law...

No on 62 to rally against ‘Personhood’ in Colorado Springs

Organizers say “a broad-based coalition of nurses, doctors, faith and religious leaders, attorneys, community groups and health advocacy organizations” will rally in Colorado Springs...

Judge orders Pinnacol to comply with CORA on golf trip

After suing KMGH Channel 7 to block a Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) inquiry into expenses related to an "extravagant" golf trip to Pebble...

John Paulson, central to Goldman deal, buys Aspen home

Prominent – some say infamous - hedge fund manager John Paulson has found a great place to invest some of the reported $1 billion...

Nuclear-blast-site ‘guinea pig’ sues over gas drilling

Rulison resident Marion Wells, who last summer told the Colorado Independent she was an oil and gas industry “guinea pig,” recently bit back with...

Colorado legislators may cut funds to Suthers’ office over health reform...

DENVER-- Another front may be opening soon in the battle over health reform in Colorado. Deputy Attorney General Geoffrey Blue told the Colorado Independent yesterday that Democratic lawmakers were considering ways to strip funding from Attorney General John Suthers' office to undercut the suit Suthers joined challenging the federal health reform legislation as unconstitutional. Democrats, backed by most U.S. constitutional legal scholars including heavy hitters in Colorado-- say the suit has little chance of success and amounts to a partisan waste of state tax money at a time when the state needs every dime.
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