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Colorado’s Second Chance Center is redefining what success looks like after...

Audrey Tennyson was filling out paperwork at the front desk of Aurora’s Second Chance Center when he looked up and spotted a familiar face....

We are former lawmakers who helped pass public-benefit restrictions on undocumented...

By Terrance Carroll, Andrew Romanoff, Alice Madden, Betty Boyd, Andy Kerr, Michael Merrifield, Michael Cerbo and Judy Solano Fifteen years feels like an eternity in...

Survivors of decades-old sexual abuse could sue perpetrators under bill nearing...

A Colorado bill that could open up state institutions, schools and youth programs like the Boy Scouts to millions of dollars in lawsuits from...

‘We’re going to mobilize every single district’: What’s next for the...

For eight months, a group of nearly 100 community members met virtually for two hours every Thursday with a unified goal: to create a...

Colorado bill requiring bond hearings to be set within 48 hours...

Michelle Reynolds was held in jail for 15 days, six hours and 23 minutes before she was able to see a judge. She was...

Attempts to ban teaching on ‘critical race theory’ multiply across the...

WASHINGTON — From statehouses to Congress, Republicans have launched into a fight against the teaching of “critical race theory,” which just a year ago...

Colorado Democrats rebranded their jail depopulation bill. Here’s what’s changed.

Jonathan Cespedes believes that his mother, Susan, would still be alive today if she’d been allowed to be released on bond instead of awaiting...

Poor People’s Campaign calls for ‘Third Reconstruction’ in America

"Poor People’s Campaign push for ‘Third Reconstruction’ in America" first appeared in the Wisconsin Examiner. “This is the real question — what is the cost...

Agricultural workers’ rights bill passes major test with Senate vote despite...

For farmworker advocates, a dairy employee's death in Weld County looms large in the ongoing debate over controversial legislation that aims to extend labor...

U.S. House condemns Atlanta shootings and Asian American racism

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House on Wednesday passed a resolution condemning the March 16 mass shooting in Atlanta and reaffirming Congress’ commitment to combating...

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