After the state ends a lawsuit over a transgender celebration cake, the customer files her own civil claim.
Polis vetoed licensing requirements for HOA managers, sports agents, and genetic counselors. That's not sitting well with some members of his own party.
A Sniff by a Pot-Detecting Dog Requires Probable Cause and Does Not Justify a Search, Says Colorado Supreme Court
Marijuana legalization changes the constitutional status of canine olfactory inspections.
The surprise results will embolden efforts by activists in other states to legalize psilocybin for medical and religious use.
A new frontier in rolling back drug prohibition
The Colorado Democrat opposes Medicare for All and universal free college.
Initiative 300 takes aim at the city's incredibly broad anti-camping ordinance
Colorado's New 'Red Flag' Law Illustrates the Pitfalls of Disarming People Based on Their Future Behavior
The process for obtaining "extreme risk protection orders" that take away people's Second Amendment rights is rigged against gun owners from the outset.
Democrat Senator on Trump's Enthusiasm for Eminent Domain: 'Language You'd Expect Out of Some Autocrat'
"What a betrayal of conservative principles this is," Sen. Michael Bennet says.
Both sides agree to stand down. First Amendment precedents were on the baker's side.
Bills in Colorado and Florida would mandate some new restrictions on plastic straws, but forbid local governments from banning the suckers outright.
Body cam footage shows the officer getting chewed out by his supervisor shortly afterward.
Is he rejecting a customer or rejecting a message? The difference matters.
A favorite prohibitionist theme is refuted by reality.
Laughable but Widely Cited Report on the Cost of Legalizing Pot Does Not Even Try to Measure the Cost of Legalizing Pot
"For every dollar gained in tax revenue," the Centennial Institute claims, "Coloradans spent approximately $4.50 to mitigate the effects of legalization."
A Colorado jury rejected claims that an indoor cultivation facility had injured the owners of a neighboring horse ranch.
Drug Czar Promises 'Objective and Dispassionate' Research on Marijuana Legalization, Which He Is Legally Required to Oppose by Any Means Necessary
The Office of National Drug Policy is not allowed to be evenhanded.
Proposed "independent commissions" would each include four Republicans, four Democrats, and four people not affiliated with any political party.
The figure refers to crashes in which a driver exceeded the threshold at which state law presumes impairment.
Masterpiece Cakeshop is back with a new lawsuit over another rejection.
An officer with the Aurora Police Department is on paid leave after confusing an armed homeowner with the intruder he shot and killed.
As a congressman, he worked with libertarian conservatives on privacy and surveillance issues, none of which factored into his campaign.
The rolling lounges are one of the few options for visitors who want to use marijuana but can't find pot-friendly lodging.
John Hickenlooper claims letting pot store customers sample the merchandise conflicts with a ballot initiative that promised to regulate marijuana like alcohol.
The city council's unanimous support for the new ban does not make up for its lack of logic and legality.
A bill on John Hickenlooper's desk would begin to address the problem of finding legal places to use legal marijuana.
A government for the children, of the children, by the children.
Alaska has the lowest taxes on recreational marijuana.
Past-month cannabis consumption by teenagers fell significantly last year and is lower than it was before legalization.
Masterpiece is the first such case to make it to the justices.
The outcome of this case may bring clarity to the property rights of Americans living in the shadow of police militarization.
Judge orders an end to the practice after the ACLU sued.
The city earns more than $2 million a year grabbing more than 1,800 vehicles.
"Marijuana-related" crashes are not necessarily related to marijuana.
What's the opposite of a gateway drug?
This whole miscarriage of justice on campus is overblown, one CU professor says.
It has not been the disaster portrayed by the prohibitionists whose numbers the attorney general likes to cite.
A Colorado appeals court concludes that a canine sniff-over is a search and by itself cannot supply probable cause.
Colorado Libertarian Steve Kerbel wants to remove an incentive for police to harass citizens.