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Carolyn Tyler Friday, May 17, 2013
DENVER—Today, various plaintiffs announced the filing of a federal lawsuit challenging the legality of gun laws enacted during the recently completed legislative session.
Attorney General John Suthers issued the following statement in response:
 
“In defending the lawsuit as counsel for the state, the objective of the Attorney General’s Office will be to get court rulings on the legality of various aspects of the legislation as expeditiously as possible.
Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, May 8, 2013
DENVER —The following statement is to be attributed to Colorado Attorney General John Suthers in reaction to the Colorado General Assembly’s work to pass laws regarding the recreational use of marijuana.
 
“I believe that Amendments 64 is bad public policy, and that as a practical matter, it is difficult to do a good job of implementing bad public policy.
Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, May 7, 2013
DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today the appointment of Julie Ann Meade to head the office’s Consumer Credit Unit. In that capacity, Ms. Meade will serve as the Administrator of the Uniform Consumer Credit Code and the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
 
Meade is an experienced attorney with expertise in regulatory and administrative law, criminal law, and government contract and procurement law. She most recently served as an Assistant Attorney General with the U.S.
Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, May 7, 2013
DENVER — Attorney General John Suthers today announced that Tatyana Datkhaeva, M.D. (D.O.B.
Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, May 1, 2013
DENVER - Attorney General John Suthers announced today that the Office of the Attorney General has filed a civil lawsuit and obtained a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) against Raymond B. Jones, Jr. (D.O.B 10/21/76), Cora Jones (D.O.B. 07/26/52), and several magazine telemarketing companies that they operate.
Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, April 23, 2013
DENVER—On Monday April, 22, 2013 the Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee voted 4-1 to reject the driving while under the influence of marijuana bill. HB13-1114 would have created a permissible inference that drivers with more than five nanograms of TCH per milliliter of blood were impaired.
 
Attorney General John Suthers issued the following statement in response:
 
"As Colorado implements adult recreational use of marijuana, it is imperative that we take reasonable steps to protect the public.

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