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Bill Would Add New West-slope Judgeship, Eliminate Judgeship In Jeffco

A bill being heard tomorrow at the state Senate Judiciary Committee would add a district judgeship in the western slope’s 7th Judicial District while taking away a vacant district judgeship in the 1st Judicial District.

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Ritter Challenges Timing Of Immigration Lawsuit

The New York Times Sunday reported Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter was among several Democrats who voiced a certain degree of uneasiness with the Obama administration’s lawsuit challenging Arizona’s new immigration law.

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Feds Agree to Open Fired ICE Agent’s Hearing

The Department of Homeland Security has backed off its recommendation to effectively bar the public from attending a former immigration agent’s administrative hearing in Denver.

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Colorado Still May Be On Hook For Millions In School Suit

A lawsuit against the state challenging the adequacy of school funding may go to trial, a divided Colorado Supreme Court ruled today.

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EEOC Files Discrimination Suit Against King Soopers Parent

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against Dillon Companies Inc., operator of the King Soopers supermarket chain in Colorado, alleging it discriminated against a learning-disabled employee at a Lakewood store.

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State To Get $3.5 Million From Pfizer

Colorado scored $3.5 million after drug giant Pfizer Inc plead guilty to a criminal charge related to promotion of a now-withdrawn pain medicine and several other drugs.

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Suit Alleges Vail Resorts Reneging On Lifetime Ski Passes

The very first people who invested in Keystone Ski Resort in 1969 got a pretty sweet perk: Along with their shares of Keystone stock, the 33 investors were each given five lifetime ski passes for their $25,000 investments. Now those passes are at a heart between the passholders and the ski area.

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Answer Brief In ACLU/Ken Buck Supreme Court Case

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Gambling Or Skill Game?

A Colorado man is putting his cards on the table in hopes that the Colorado Supreme Court will determine that tournament style Texas Hold ’em poker is predominantly a game of skill, which would make the popular pastime legal throughout the state.

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‘Faucets Of Fire’ Couple No Longer Talking To Media

The family that started a fire storm of controversy over their flammable water in rural Weld County has settled their claims with one oil company and is no longer speaking publicly about the contamination, Heidi Hemmat reports. VIDEO: KDVR.

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