Monday's United States Supreme Court decision allows states to punish presidential electors in the Electoral College who fail to follow their state's wishes.
A decision handed down Monday by the United States Supreme Court allows Colorado to penalize Electoral College voters who fail to cast a ballot for the winner of the state's popular vote for president.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be a part of Operation Dry Water July 3-July 5, with increased patrols to enforce boating under the influence (BUI) laws over the holiday weekend.
CDOT's new campaign offers 50 percent off BACtrack breathalyzers as summer heats up.
(The Center Square) - In a case that school choice advocates have been following closely, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that a Montana tax credit program that provides scholarship money to parents to send their children to private schools cannot exclude religious schools from the program.
"A State need not subsidize private education. But once a State decides to do so, it cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious," Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in the majority opinion.
A Colorado law passed in 2013 has been deemed constitutional by the state's supreme court.
This month the Supreme Court will rule on the independent powers of electors, which will determine the meaning of the Electoral College in contemporary American politics.
The Trump administration is asking the United States Supreme Court to overturn a federal judge's decision and allow construction of the Keystone XL pipeline to continue.
The United States Supreme Court's four liberal justices were joined by two conservatives in ruling that federal law protect LGBT workers from discrimination.
The 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution gave women the right to vote, and gave society even more.