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Gold Dome: Now That’s What We Call A World Series

Happy Wednesday! We're headed on a short field trip this afternoon, so if you need to contact us, do it this morning. In today's headlines, lobbyists are approaching attorneys general with gifts; some ski resorts are feeling the pain from the 80 degree days (but maybe that means more snow later?), and Beauprez invests more money into his campaign.

Gold Dome: Getting Down To The Wire

Happy Monday! It was such a beautiful weekend, we're sure you're all still riding the outdoor Colorado high into work this morning. In today's headlines, could there be another President Bush? Are federal lands best left to the feds? And Hick remains cool and calm on the campaign trail.

Gold Dome: Sorry Chargers, Sad Face For You

We were happy with last night’s win, and we hope you all were as well. These Broncos have an uphill climb next week in New England, so all our cheers can only help. In today’s headlines, a Senate race without Meet the Press is just wrong, and Colorado really is a split state.

Gold Dome: Thank You, Mr. Bradlee

Ben Bradlee, the Influential (and pretty amazing) Washington Post editor died yesterday, and all journalists are a little heavy in the heart as a result. In today's headlines, K Street made a killing last quarter, the Markey/Stapleton race is heating up, and banks may be thawing on their disinterest in pot.

Gold Dome: 510 And Counting

Just about all we can talk about in the office this morning is how great last night's game was...what can we say, we love us some Peyton Manning! In today's headlines, John Suthers had his own holiday on Saturday, George Will has a crush on Cory Gardner, and is an overhaul of construction defects law on the horizon?

Gold Dome: Now That’s What We Call A World Series

29 October 2014

Happy Wednesday! We're headed on a short field trip this afternoon, so if you need to contact us, do it this morning. In today's headlines, lobbyists are approaching attorneys general with gifts; some ski resorts are feeling the pain from the 80 degree days (but maybe that means more snow later?), and Beauprez invests more money into his campaign.

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Gold Dome: Getting Down To The Wire

27 October 2014

Happy Monday! It was such a beautiful weekend, we're sure you're all still riding the outdoor Colorado high into work this morning. In today's headlines, could there be another President Bush? Are federal lands best left to the feds? And Hick remains cool and calm on the campaign trail.

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Gold Dome: Sorry Chargers, Sad Face For You

24 October 2014

We were happy with last night’s win, and we hope you all were as well. These Broncos have an uphill climb next week in New England, so all our cheers can only help. In today’s headlines, a Senate race without Meet the Press is just wrong, and Colorado really is a split state.

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Gold Dome: Thank You, Mr. Bradlee

22 October 2014

Ben Bradlee, the Influential (and pretty amazing) Washington Post editor died yesterday, and all journalists are a little heavy in the heart as a result. In today's headlines, K Street made a killing last quarter, the Markey/Stapleton race is heating up, and banks may be thawing on their disinterest in pot.

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Gold Dome: 510 And Counting

20 October 2014

Just about all we can talk about in the office this morning is how great last night's game was...what can we say, we love us some Peyton Manning! In today's headlines, John Suthers had his own holiday on Saturday, George Will has a crush on Cory Gardner, and is an overhaul of construction defects law on the horizon?

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Gold Dome: Open Those Slopes!

17 October 2014

News is that Arapahoe Basin will be the first ski resort to open this year, and we expect that there may be a few workers who are blowing off Friday's tasks to get first on the mountain. In today's other headlines, a backlog is boosting foreclosure auctions, the Springs Independent has a candidate for the worst job in the city, and let the fan memes begin!

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Gold Dome: Enjoy It While It Lasts

15 October 2014

For those of you who aren't called out of the office to enjoy this beautiful weather, we've got a slew of great headlines in today's edition. To start things off, the verdict everyone is talking about, a second confirmed Ebola case in Texas, a new pilot project involving Denver corner stores, and Gary Hart has some choice words for the Denver Post of its recent endorsements.

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Gold Dome: We Love You, Malala

10 October 2014

We made it through another week! Not sure if you all have had a week like us, but we're just grateful that it's winding down. In today's headlines, we're loving the picks for the Nobel Peace Price, we support the death of adverbs, and some important people have some important things to say.

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Gold Dome: Total Eclipse Of The Heart

08 October 2014

Happy Wednesday! We hope some of you got a look at that eclipse (we did, on our way to the trainer this morning, and it was pretty spectacular). In today's headlines, there are quite a few recommendations in the Aurora Theater Shooting report, and voters like nobody this election cycle.

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Gold Dome: Starting With A Bang

06 October 2014

Happy Monday! The U.S. Supreme Court sure wants to start the week with a bang; they shared that they wouldn't be hearing any marriage cases this year, which means that five more states now have marriage equality. In other news, Republicans are retaining their edge in Senate races, Colorado beers rocked the beer festival, and lots of people have lots of important opinions about things.

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