In 2015, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled in favor of a company that fired an employee for his off-duty marijuana use. Now, the state legislature is revisiting that decision with a bill that would disallow such actions.
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Sweeping Policy Hopes in State of the State Address
Speech focuses on Polis’ well known policy platforms including healthcare and education
Along with birds-eye-view policy direction, Gov. Jared Polis’ second State of the State address featured dad jokes and at least one Lord of the Rings quote.
Butler Snow’s Dawn Bookhardt led a team of attorneys in creating an agreement to help move the city’s affordable housing plan along. She helped close an agreement that brought together a high-profile social issue and a financing approach that took some legal acrobatics
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CO Supreme Court Rules on TABOR Repeal Measure
Majority says title and summary are clear, but Justice Monica Márquez dissents
The Colorado Supreme Court again has cleared a path for a ballot measure for a potential TABOR repeal.
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High Court Considers Restrictive Covenant Case
Case involves the Town of Monument’s plans to build a water storage tank in a residential neighborhood
A neighborhood is trying to block the Town of Monument from condemning some of its land to build a water storage tank. The case has climbed to the Colorado Supreme Court, which heard oral arguments in it last week.