Gold Dome: Confirmation Confirmed

Mark your calendars: 10th Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch will face his Senate scrutiny in March.

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A new bill would add public exposure for Colorado companies that violate wage and labor laws.

State Dems protested Attorney General Cynthia Coffman’s lawsuit against Boulder County. They say the state is suing on behalf of the oil and gas industry.

Congress is taking a recess next week, but some Colorado Democrats are holding town halls to let people voice their federal frustrations.

Judge Gorsuch will begin his Senate confirmation hearings March 20. Democrats have vowed to be tough on him in questioning.

Colorado saw meager participation in the national “Day Without Immigrants.”

The DOJ told the 9th Circuit that en banc review of President Trump’s travel ban is unnecessary — a new executive order is on the way.

In Florida, a federal appeals court struck down a law that prohibited doctors from asking patients whether they owned guns.

Pueblo County will be joining a lawsuit against Colorado Springs over claims of polluting discharges into the Arkansas River tributaries.

President Trump held a press conference yesterday in which he claimed he “inherited a mess.”

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