The state of New Mexico is not liable for damages in lost revenue to businesses because of the state's stringent shutdown, the New Mexico Supreme Court has ruled.
The attorney for 117 employees of Houston Methodist suing the hospital over its vaccine mandate vowed to take the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court after a federal judge dismissed their lawsuit.
A federal judge has ruled against a small business advocacy organization in its lawsuit against Major League Baseball, keeping the league's All-Star Game in Denver.
Would you vote by mail if you had to drive hours to a post office to mail your ballot? That question confronts the United States Supreme Court this session.
Governor Jared Polis has made two more appointments to courts in Colorado.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that people who have entered the U.S. illegally and remain under temporary protected status are not entitled to receive green cards.
The Supreme Court unanimously affirmed the sovereign power of American Indian tribes on June 1, 2021, ruling that tribal police officers have the power to temporarily detain and search non-Indians on public rights-of-way through American Indian lands.
The Colorado Supreme Court has affirmed that the state's independent redistricting committees can continue their work to redraw political districts while the U.S. Census Bureau finalizes the 2020 count.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis has appointed Adam J. Espinosa to the 2nd Judicial District Court.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis has appointed Kristan K. Wheeler to the Jefferson County Court.