Gold Dome: A Day Without Women

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If your offices or favorite businesses look a little empty today, it might be because of the Day Without Women, a strike to show the importance of women’s role in society.

Boulder County asked for the dismissal of the Attorney General’s lawsuit challenging its oil and gas moratorium.

Polsinelli is the marquee tenant of a new Denver skyscraper. Take a tour of their new office with our slideshow.

One day after the Colorado Supreme Court heard arguments in a case dealing with construction defects, the state Senate put its stamp of approval on a bill that would require arbitration as a form of dispute resolution in construction defects claims.

A state House committee voted to reduce the number of plants allowed in medical marijuana home grows from 99 to 12.

A federal judge ruled against Native American tribes who seek to stop the Dakota Access pipeline.

The Attorney General of Hawaii is challenging President Trump’s new immigration order.

The state legislature is considering a measure to require tracking bias-motivated incidents; according to new data, there was a 12 percent increase in hate crimes in Colorado in 2015 compared to 2014.

Conservatives are unhappy with the new ACA replacement, with some saying it doesn’t stray far enough from Obamacare.

The Republican field in the 2018 governor race is already beginning to get crowded.

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