Tag Archives: Colorado Open Records Act

  1. House committee again rejects bill to make judicial branch records subject to CORA Colorado Open Records Act. Peter Coulter, a judicial branch watchdog, said many people have “lost trust in the judiciary because things are not transparent … If this judiciary is not transparent and accountable, everyone questions their ability to get a fair hearing.”

    February 5, 2017 by Lulu

    The Voice for Open Government in Colorado House committee again rejects bill to make judicial branch records subject to CORA …
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  2. It was a sad day at the capitol In Denver Colorado on Thursday February 3, 2017. A bill aimed at making Colorado’s Open Records Act (CORA) apply to the judicial branch was assigned to a “kill” committee where it died on a party-line vote. Big loss for Colorado Citizens!

    February 5, 2017 by Lulu

    The Judicial Integrity Project Shame on them. It was a sad day at the capitol on Thursday. A bill aimed …
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  3. Colorado Attorneys Generals office opposes open record reform. State Sen. John Kefalas, D-Fort Collins, said he is willing to work with the AG’s office, unless they are “just against more transparency and open government.”

    December 7, 2016 by Lulu

    State Sen. John Kefalas, D-Fort Collins, listens during a hearing in the 2016 legislative session. The state Attorney General’s office …
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  4. Justice For All Campaign© Take The Pledge: No Justice No Judges. Below are a list of the States in the U.S. that have Judicial Retention. Vote Do Not Retain for every judge up for retention until such time as the judiciary becomes 100% transparent and accountable and Justice for All is restored to the citizens of the United States.

    September 21, 2016 by Lulu

    JUSTICE FOR ALL CAMPAIGN© TAKE THE PLEDGE: NO JUSTICE NO JUDGES. Below are a list of the States in the …
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  5. House Bill 1346 requiring Colorado state courts to abide by open records killed in Committee. NEW OPTIONS: Advocates of judicial transparency are looking to a possible citizens’ initiative to force courts to abide by state open records laws.

    April 13, 2016 by Lulu

    RIGHT TO KNOW: George Brauchler, 18th Judicial District Attorney, said taxpayers have a right to know how the courts are …
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  6. Help make judicial complaints matter. You can help. Go to www.judicialintegrity.org. Navigate to the “petitions” page. Download and print a petition. Obtain up to 24 signatures. Get it notarized and mail it in. Help make the Honest Judge Amendment a reality.

    January 24, 2016 by Lulu

    The Colorado Supreme Court has the power to make rules for the judicial discipline commission, writes Chris Forsyth. (Daily Camera …
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  7. Colorado Courts lack of accountability, transparency highlighted: Colorado Supreme Court Justice Nancy Rice makes Watchdog list of “Scariest People of 2015”

    December 30, 2015 by Lulu

    NO ACCOUNTABILITY: The Colorado courts have exempted themselves from open records laws and Chief Justice Nancy Rice has refused repeated requests to …
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  8. Colorado gets D+ grade in 2015 State Integrity Investigation. Ethics Enforcement Agencies Gets a Grade F and Ranks 44th. For Probate Courts F.A.C.E.U.S. feels anything above F is overly generous.

    December 1, 2015 by Lulu

    In 2012, a ruling by the state Court of Appeals affirming the judicial branch as exempt from some aspects of the Colorado …
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  9. Colorado gets grade of F for its open-records laws

    November 12, 2015 by Lulu

    The Colorado State Capitol Building in Denver Colorado’s laws governing public access to information are among the weakest in the …
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  10. October 1, 2015 FaceUs Representatives Attend Colorado Supreme Court Meeting On Judicial Transparency.

    October 2, 2015 by Lulu

    Colorado Supreme Court hears arguments on both sides of judicial branch records debate. “The judicial branch relies on the trust …
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