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Lawsuits should be last resort in march to disability access

From Colorado Politics op-ed by CCJL executive director Mark Hillman: State Rep. David Ortiz (D-Littleton) makes a compelling advocate for the rights and struggles of disabled Coloradans. “I lived 30 years as an able-bodied leg-walker, a five-minute-mile running,...

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Misplacing the blame for mass shootings

From the Denver Gazette, op-ed by CCJL executive director Mark Hillman: Last year, the Colorado General Assembly demonstrated the good sense to pass Senate Bill 115, recogning that property owners are not liable for actions committed on their property by criminals. ...

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Legislators chosen for ‘Common Sense’ awards for 2022

DENVER — Colorado Civil Justice League announced winners of its  Common Sense in the Courtroom Awards, given to state legislators who have demonstrated a commitment to curtailing lawsuit abuse and protecting small business and working families from the cost of...

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Civil Justice Review of 2022 Colorado General Assembly

When the Colorado General Assembly adjourned on May 11, its record on civil justice was nothing to write home about. For advocates of Common Sense in the Courtroom, this was no surprise given the expansions of liability handed to TV lawyers over the past four years. ...

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