Gold Dome: Oscar Weekend

The 89th Academy Awards are this weekend, and considering the speeches and performances from other recent award shows, we’re expecting plenty of politicking going on.

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The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce opposed one piece of this year’s construction defects reform bills, saying it takes away local control.

Supporters of Judge Gorsuch’s confirmation to the Supreme Court demonstrated at the capitol yesterday.

And some of Colorado’s major players in the legal and political worlds sent a letter to Colorado’s senators urging his confirmation.

Cynthia Coffman is facing off against Boulder County over its hydraulic fracturing moratorium — but why can’t cities ban fracking?

A bill requiring more transparency from utilities saw easy success in the Senate.

Key legislators weighed in on efforts to solve the state’s transportation funding woes.

A House committee gave its approval for a bill that would allow good Samaritans to break into a car to rescue a child or pet from extreme temperatures.

Gov. John Hickenlooper said he isn’t planning a 2020 presidential campaign after all.

Democrats are looking to regroup and then wage “total war” against President Trump.

A video from the Meyer Law Office shows ICE agents waiting to make arrests outside a Denver courtroom.

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