From USA Today:

In a First Amendment case that could have national implications, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that a Denver bookstore does not have to give sales records to police seeking information in a drug investigation. The 6-0 decision Monday overturns a lower court ruling that the Tattered Cover Book Store had to comply with a warrant seeking records on the sale of books about making illicit drugs. The court said the authorities’ need for the information was not ”sufficiently compelling to outweigh” the likely harm to state and federal constitutional protections.

Store can keep records from police

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