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Masterpiece Cakeshop, Colorado Call Truce In Harassment, Discrimination Dispute

Christian baker Jack Phillips and the Colorado Civil Rights Commission (CCRC) have resolved a legal dispute that set Phillips’ religious beliefs against the state’s public accommodations law. The deal, announced Tuesday afternoon, provides that the Commission will close an ongoing anti-discrimination probe of Phillips’ Masterpiece Cakeshop if Phillips withdraws a federal lawsuit alleging state officials were subjecting him to a ...

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Former Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper Enters 2020 Presidential Race

John Hickenlooper tossed his hat into the congested Democratic presidential nomination race early Monday with a campaign video that focuses on his career as a two-term Colorado governor and two-term Denver mayor. Hickenlooper just finished his second term in the statehouse where he was a popular, anti-gun governor. It’s the left’s extremist progressive agenda that he toutsin the video. “I’ve ...

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Colorado Set To Become 12th State Moving To Kill Electoral College

Democratic Colorado Gov. Jared Polis’s signature is all that remains to include Colorado among the ranks of states prepared to abandon the Electoral College system in favor of nationwide popular voting for the next presidential election. Colorado would bring the number of states who have joined the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) to 12, plus the District of Columbia. ...

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Judge Says Christian Baker Jack Phillips’ Lawsuit Against Civil Rights Officials Can Proceed

A federal judge in Denver rejected Colorado’s bid to dismiss a lawsuit alleging that state civil rights officials are waging a campaign of harassment against Jack Phillips, the Christian baker at issue in the landmark Masterpiece Cakeshop case. Three weeks after Phillips prevailed at the Supreme Court, a state anti-discrimination panel issued a new probable cause finding against him, arising ...

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New Docs Reveal Hefty Taxpayer Costs Associated With Boulder’s Climate Lawsuits

  by Chris White Colorado taxpayers could be on the hook for a sizable chunk of change if Boulder city’s climate lawsuit against various oil companies fails in the courts, according to a report Saturday from Western Wire. Boulder County signed a contingent fee agreement with Hannon Law Firm and a pro bono retainer agreement with the non-profit organization Earth Rights International ...

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Sheriff’s Dept: 5 Deputies shot near Denver, 1 Dead, suspect also dead

Highland Ranch Douglas County Sheriff's Deputies shot

“We have multiple deputies down,” the Douglas County, Colorado Sheriff’s department reported early Sunday after those officers had responded to a disturbance call. The incident occurred at 5:13 a.m. MST Sunday as deputies responded to the Copper Canyon Apartments for a domestic disturbance call. During the investigation, shots were fired. Five Douglas County deputies and 2 civilians were shot by the suspect. ...

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Clinton Panicking: Campaign restarts advertising in BLUE states

Hillary Clinton’s campaign is making huge advertising buys in states that had been considered safe for her in 2016. Hillary’s campaign is now dropping large amounts of money in Virginia, Colorado, New Mexico and Michigan. Virginia and Colorado had shown well for Hillary for most of the campaign season and her team had pulled advertising from those states several weeks ...

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