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U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn is slamming President Biden for directing the Justice Department to begin taking action to address what Attorney General Merrick Garland labeled as a “disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence against school administrators, board members, teachers, and staff.” Continue Reading

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Colorado's Supreme Court justices heard oral arguments involving judges who went far beyond the technical definition of reasonable doubt when attempting to illustrate the principle to jurors. The defendants claim that doing so can actually lower the burden of proof for prosecutors and misstate what reasonable doubt means. Continue Reading

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A dispute between factions of the El Paso County Republican Party over whether to ask school board candidates to answer questions about election integrity and voting equipment ramped up this week, with one party officer resigning, another finding his official party email address had been disabled, and the county party distributing two competing sets of candidate questionnaires. Continue Reading

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A student loan servicing company with offices in the Denver metro area should have paid its call center representatives for the time spent logging in to their work stations at the beginning of each shift, the federal appeals court based in Colorado has ruled. The decision affects close to 350 employees owed a total of $31,585. Continue Reading