The jail in Durango reached capacity earlier this month when it housed 228 inmates, 11 more than its listed capacity of 217 inmates.
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The justices at the high court cited last month's Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling in their decision to not hear the Arlene's Flowers case.
Washington courts will review the florist’s case for similar issues that were found with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission's case against Jack Phillips.
The parents of the boy had filed a civil suit against the resort for negligence. An appeal is not out of the question.
Dunn previously worked under former Colorado Attorney General John Suthers. He must be confirmed by the Senate before assuming the role.
The suit comes at a time when the Colorado Department of Human Services say the number of mentally ill people in jail has skyrocketed.
Phillips says the six years since his first encounter with Dave Mullins and Charlie Craig has been a trial for his Christian faith.
The couple who tried to order a wedding cake from Jack Phillips actually tried to avoid politics when they decided to get married.
While the black market problem is often assumed to be connected to recreational legalization, it is more closely associated with the 2000's Amendment 20 for medical marijuana.
The ruling comes days after the U.S. Supreme Court sided with a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
"I don't think that's appropriate for me to, in effect, violate or neuter federal marijuana law," Sessions said Friday.
Baker Jack Phillips was back at the bakery today, greeting supporters and customers, as the couple struggled with the decision with their lawyers.
Michael Andre Hancock made his first court appearance over the weekend after his arrest on Friday in the shooting on an interstate in Denver.
Police spokesman Sonny Jackson says preliminary information points to a conflict between the driver and passenger.
Samour presided over the Aurora theater shooting trial. This is Gov. John Hickenlooper's fifth appointment to the state's highest court.