Several Colorado criminal justice leaders signed a nationwide bipartisan letter Monday, asking President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to immediately take action to end the federal death penalty in the U.S.
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Veteran Colorado (and national) politico David Sabados has a new mission: getting rid of the death penalty.
This 2010 file photo shows the view a condemned inmate would have from a table inside the death chamber at San Quentin State Prison in San Que…
If you want to start an argument in a phone booth with two people, the best subject to bring up might be the death penalty. Recent polling both nationally and here in Colorado tells us that just about half of Americans (49 percent nationally and 47 percent here) support the death penalty, while about 47 percent oppose it. Support has been falling for years, and recently it fell below 50 percent for the first time since the death penalty was restored by the Supreme Court in the mid 1970s.
ALBUQUERQUE — Looking adorable is only part of the job description. Also required is the ability to remain calm in public spaces and to impart that peaceful feeling to others, particularly children. Filling the job openings are Lucy and Kasey 2, golden retrievers who are being trained as “courthouse facility” dogs.
WASHINGTON — Blackwater Worldwide founder Erik Prince is considering a Republican primary challenge to Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso, a senior member of the Senate GOP leadership team, in a race that could pit the party’s establishment against insurgents inspired by allies of President Donald Trump.
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6t-02s8sUM&feature=youtu.be[/embed] Gov. John Hickenlooper doesn’t believe high-profile Republican George Brauchler has a good chance of becoming...