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Colo. High Court May Say Yes To TV, But Not Until 2013

The Colorado Supreme Court is considering broadcasting its proceedings, but those telecasts — whether on cable television or the Internet — won’t begin until the new Ralph Carr Justice Center is completed in 2013, a top court official said Friday. The state’s high court is moving in May to a new temporary home on the first and eighth floors of The Denver Post building, 101 W. Colfax Ave. But the new courtroom that’s under construction isn’t being configured for TV coverage, Colorado Judicial Branch Legal Counsel Carol Haller told members of the newly formed Colorado Channel Authority, Law Week Colorado reports.

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