Gold Dome: Bracketology Edition

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It’s March Madness time again. The 2017 bracket has been set, so start preparing for your office pools now.

Two well known Colorado political figures are throwing their hats in the ring in the race for Attorney General: Rep. Joe Salazar and Boulder DA Stan Garnett.

At the mid-point of the legislative session, state lawmakers still have a lot of work cut out for them.

Seven Western state lawmakers sent a letter to Gov. John Hickenlooper saying the Front Range is drying out the rest of the state.

Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg has an alternative plan for the state’s transportation budget fix.

Boulder County is holding a public hearing tomorrow on proposed oil and gas regulations.

Jack Hyatt, a founding partner of political powerhouse law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck died on Saturday at the age of 75.

A case decided by the Colorado Supreme Court earlier this year could give Attorney General Jeff Sessions an opening for marijuana prosecutions.

President Trump is behind schedule in filling vacancies in several federal agencies.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions cleaned house in the DOJ by asking for the resignations of 46 U.S. Attorneys appointed by President Obama. Manhattan’s Preet Bharara was fired after refusing to step down.

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