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Grand Junction resident takes development corp to court

Local resident Dennis Simpson is seeking the release of two lease agreements made by businesses that have constructed buildings in the Las Colonias Business Park and has begun court proceedings to get them ...
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Here’s what skeptics of Denver Police’s new contract for body camera technology and Tasers are watching for

Skeptics remain worried sophisticated new technology doesn’t go far enough to fix systemic issues with how police handle encounters with the public, especially with sweeping new requirements for police conduct codified in the accountability bill signed into law in June ...
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Election conspiracy theorists focused on one man in Colorado. His life will never be the same

Eric Coomer has been living in hiding since one week after the 2020 presidential election ended. He’s director of product strategy and security for Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems, which has found itself at the center of numerous conspiracy theories about election theft. President Donald Trump has falsely claimed that Dominion machines fraudulently switched votes to President-elect Joe Biden ...
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Colorado’s outgoing House minority leader doxes Denver Post reporter

Colorado's outgoing House Republican leader, Patrick Neville, defended his decision to publish the home address of a journalist who wrote about how Neville funneled campaign money to his family's business ...
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Dominion Voting Systems employee sues Trump campaign and allies for defamation

A top employee of Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems, Eric Coomer, has sued the campaign of President Donald Trump, as well as a number of high-level campaign surrogates and pro-Trump media outlets, for defamation ...
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Bunch: COVID-19 in Colorado can’t be a reason to freeze out democracy

A government that shields out the people can’t be trusted. There’s not much more you need to know about how government should run, if we're still abiding by democracy. Yet for some reason across this country and across my three decades of watching boards, commissions and bureaucrats, there's no shortage of public servants' will to risk keeping a secret, big or small ...
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Craig City Council appoints new councilor through public vote

Craig city councilors publicly appointed David Bruce Cummings in a special council meeting just three days after being informed they violated Colorado Open Meetings Law by holding a secret ballot vote at the Dec. 11 meeting ...
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Elected officials grill Durango hospital over lack of transparency about COVID-19 pandemic

Elected officials in Southwest Colorado grilled Mercy Regional Medical Center at a public hearing for not being transparent and for sending mixed messages about the COVID-19 pandemic, which they say is resulting in distrust in the community ...
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Colorado Supreme Court approves new rules for suppressing criminal cases from the public

The Colorado Supreme Court voted to approve rules for how criminal trial judges can restrict public access to court records, a direct response to Denver Post stories that exposed how thousands of cases have been kept from public view with little to no oversight for how that was done ...
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Colorado spearheads 35-state lawsuit accusing Google of operating a search-engine monopoly

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is taking the lead in a 35-state, bipartisan lawsuit filed against tech giant Google that accuses the company of “anticompetitive conduct” and monopolistic behavior surrounding its search engine and advertising arm ...
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