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Under The Golden Dome: Where Are All Of The Bills?

No bills have been introduced since Thursday. Does what happen over Martin Luther King Day stay over Martin Luther King Day?

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Bill Would Add New West-slope Judgeship, Eliminate Judgeship In Jeffco

A bill being heard tomorrow at the state Senate Judiciary Committee would add a district judgeship in the western slope’s 7th Judicial District while taking away a vacant district judgeship in the 1st Judicial District.

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How News Orgs Covered The Hickenlooper Inauguration

Gov. John Hickenlooper was inaugurated as Colorado’s 42nd governor on Tuesday. Here’s how news organizations treated the story.

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Hickenlooper, In Speech, Vows To Attack Economy Woes

Former Denver mayor and newly sworn in Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper wasted no time addressing the state’s economic woes, announcing in his inaugural speech three executive orders aimed at creating jobs.

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Ritter Comments On Naming Of His Legal Counsel As Judge

Gov. Bill Ritter’s appointment of his own legal counsel to a state district judgeship was strictly on the level, his office said Tuesday in response to a Law Week Colorado inquiry.

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‘Know Your Judge’ PSAs Ran On Radio More Than 4,000 Times In Aug., Sept.

Radio and television stations run the spots for free.

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‘All Rise’ For Supreme Court Construction Kickoff

A dozen years ago, the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center was a figment of Mary Mullarkey’s imagination. Now construction begins on the courts complex that is slated to open in 2013.

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Will Justice Center, Unveiled Today, Last 100 Years?

The Colorado Judicial Building, the former home of the Colorado Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, was demolished this summer, just 33 years after it opened. Its successor, the under-construction Ralph L. Carr Justice Center, should be around much longer.

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Tim Masters, Attorneys In His Case Give Thousands To Oust Judges Blair, Gilmore

The Committee for Judicial Justice got $2,000 from Tim Masters, a total $2,500 in separate donations from former defense lawyers Maria Liu and Erik Fischer, and $1,000 from former Fort Collins police Det. Troy Krenning.

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Sources: Monica Marquez Is Next Supreme Court Justice

Marquez, deputy Colorado attorney general in charge of the office’s state services section, is to fill the vacancy left when Chief Justice Mary Mullarkey retires Nov. 30.

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