The U.S. Department of Justice has sent a letter to the attorneys general of all 50 states requesting assistance in quashing discrimination against HIV-positive people in certain training programs.
Posts Tagged Colorado Attorney General
Candidate debates can be boring. Once in awhile, though, the fur flies.
That was the case yesterday in Loveland, according to the Reporter Herald, when the attorney general candidates squared off. Democratic challenger Stan Garnett accused Republican incumbent John…
DENVER– The House passed legislation Monday meant to tighten guidelines on debt collection agency practices, offering Colorado debtors an added measure of protection from unscrupulous and illegal collection tactics at a time when more Americans are defaulting on credit card debt than ever before.
The Colorado attorney general’s office filed papers today asking Xcel Energy to cut more than $100 million from a proposed rate increase of $136 million, according to documents filed with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission last week.
A potentially precedent-setting fight over how close natural gas drilling should come to homes in the Western Slope community of Battlement Mesa may ultimately be decided by Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, according to the director of the state’s oil and gas conservation commission.
Dozens of chief legal officers from around the country meet this week in Colorado Springs to discuss state legal issues at the National Association of Attorneys General’s summer meeting. Amid scenic tours and an authentic Wild West show at a nearby dude ranch, the attorneys general plan to consider questions about U.S.-Mexico border problems, sharing DNA databases, attacking Ponzi Schemes and dealing with the federal Communications Decency Act.
An Arapahoe County jury decided Monday that Robert Keith Ray will be sentenced to die for arranging the 2005 killing of a witness to another murder committed by Ray a year earlier, the Aurora Sentinel reports.