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Posted February 28, 2013

Colorado considers felony DUI law

Everyone makes mistakes. Whether it’s having one beer too many at happy hour or misjudging your ability to drive after a night out, you may find yourself pulled over on suspicion of DUI. And that small mistake may suddenly seem a lot bigger and a lot more serious. Some Colorado lawmakers are looking to...
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Posted February 22, 2013

Colorado may pass country’s strictest gun law

2012 was a year of gun violence in the national media and particularly in Colorado. In response, Colorado lawmakers have been working on a package of gun control bills to try and prevent future gun violence in the state. They will have to balance two interests: the safety of Coloradoans and the right to...
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Posted February 15, 2013

Colorado retailers looking to clean up Tide theft

Authorities have recently taken notice of an unusual “crime spree” taking place in Colorado. Apparently millions of dollars worth of Tide laundry detergent are being stolen from stores and sold on the black market. One man allegedly took $8,000 worth of the detergent in Colorado and police are still looking for him. Much of...
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Posted February 8, 2013

Lawmakers spar over crimes to unborn children

Colorado’s lawmakers are considering legislation that would make it illegal to kill or injure a woman’s unborn child. Such an offense would probably often be connected to charges of violence against the child’s mother, whose injury or death may lead to the child’s. House Democrats support the idea of such legislation but killed a...
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