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Ward Churchill Won’t Get Job Back, Appeals Court Rules

A three-judge panel of the Colorado Court of Appeals on Wednesday affirmed a trial court decision denying reinstatement of Ward Churchill as professor at the University of Colorado. The decision could next be appealed to the state Supreme Court.

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Colo. High Court Takes CU Gun Appeal Case

The touchy issue of whether concealed weapons can be carried on University of Colorado campuses will be decided by the state’s highest court.

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‘Know Your Judge’ PSAs Ran On Radio More Than 4,000 Times In Aug., Sept.

Radio and television stations run the spots for free.

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Pueblo Chieftain: Vote No On Justices

The upstart campaign to turn out three Colorado Supreme Court justices got a boost Sunday from The Pueblo Chieftain, its first endorsement from a major newspaper.

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Justice-Designee Marquez Scouts Capitol For Swearing-In

Colorado Supreme Court Justice-To-Be Monica Marquez recently visited the Old Supreme Court chambers in Colorado’s capitol as a possible site for her swearing-in.

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‘All Rise’ For Supreme Court Construction Kickoff

A dozen years ago, the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center was a figment of Mary Mullarkey’s imagination. Now construction begins on the courts complex that is slated to open in 2013.

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Will Justice Center, Unveiled Today, Last 100 Years?

The Colorado Judicial Building, the former home of the Colorado Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, was demolished this summer, just 33 years after it opened. Its successor, the under-construction Ralph L. Carr Justice Center, should be around much longer.

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No Immediate Successor For Marquez At AG’s Office

Suthers spokesman Mike Saccone said Marquez continues to work in the AG’s State Services Section.

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Colo. House Panel Hears Testimony On Bringing E-Filing In-House

A Colorado House panel had many questions last week for Colorado’s Judicial Department about its plan to bring the state’s courts e-filing system in house.

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Commentary: A Wonderfully Concise Ruling on TABOR

“The anti-taxpayer majority on the Colorado Supreme Court soon will have another chance to stand the constitution on its head, thanks to a remarkably unambiguous ruling by the Colorado Court of Appeals.”

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