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Media Lawyer Will Petition SCOTUS to Hear Records Case

Longtime Colorado media lawyer Steve Zansberg, who has represented national news organizations in cases connected to the Aurora theater shooting, the Oklahoma City bombing...

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the Colorado same-sex wedding cake...

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear a case set to pit Christian religious beliefs against gay rights over a never-baked wedding cake...

Morgan Carroll: Mike Coffman wants to ‘tear families apart’

On Monday morning, as the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing arguments for a critical immigration case, Colorado Democratic Sen. Morgan Carroll accused her opponent,...

Legal experts: The GOP Senate is trying to have cake and...

The debate over the Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Antonin Scalia has raged for weeks now. The right insists there should be no nominee...

Does Cory Gardner need a civics lesson on court appointments?

Sen. Cory Gardner was just offered something most millennials would kill for: free college. Taking inspiration from the late Harper Lee's 1966 offer to help...

Obama lauds Obamacare ahead of Supreme Court decision

The Supreme Court is expected to hand down an Affordable Care Act decision this month that could cut the federal insurance subsidies of some 8...

Littwin: Arguments still seem to fall one way on Supreme Court...

I'm sure the experts are right that the Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision is a toss-up, and that it was hard to tell, after...

Udall talks Not My Boss’s Business Act

DENVER — Senator Mark Udall joined women's health advocates today to discuss his newest bill, which would effectively overturn the U.S. Supreme Court's recent...

Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision knocks up Colorado politics

Reactions in Colorado were nearly immediate and came from both politicians and advocacy groups, who all see the decision throwing added fuel on the already-hot topic of womens' health in the upcoming election.

McLachlan: Supreme Court ruling strengthens Colorado bubble bill

The Supreme Court's unanimous decision, today, to overturn the Massachusetts law creating a 35-foot do-not-approach zone around abortion clinics is actually an affirmation of Colorado's version of the law according to state Rep. Mike McLachlan, who defended the "bubble bill" before SCOTUS as Solicitor General of Colorado back in 2000, when the law was upheld.