Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is trying to get more immigrants to report cases of fraud, and she's taking lessons from Boulder County.
The county says its fight against the oil and gas industry is not over just because its moratorium is coming to an end.
"Mr. Grass" lives in Boulder County. A recent magazine profile of him tried to figure out what fascinates people about watching things that barely move for hours on end.
The governor also says more local law enforcement of immigration could jeopardize trust with communities they police.
“Regrettably, Boulder County’s open defiance of State law has made legal action the final recourse available to the State,” the office of the Attorney General said in a statement.
Residents have already taxed themselves to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars for a service that may not be complete until 2042.
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