Gold Dome: Cooperative Congress

President Trump asked for a more cooperative Congress last night in his first address to the legislative body.

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Despite efforts to expand CORA, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman offered amendments to expand the scope of the types of records that are kept from the public eye.

A CORA revision bill will be heard in the Senate today.

Coffman said earlier this week that she would defend the state’s pot laws but said recently that pot business owners should talk to their lawyers.

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a ruling in a Colorado case that requires campaign-season advertisements to disclose their donors.

The Senate passed an oil and gas tampering bill, but the legislation has a rough road ahead in the House.

History repeats itself again, with the Colorado House passing a bill banning gay conversion therapy.

The Senate approved a bill that would prevent double-taxation for cigar stores. And two of the key legislators are likely happy to see cigar store support.

Trump’s DOJ reversed course from the Obama administration regarding its stance on Texas’ voting rights laws.

And Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the federal government should stop spending resources on lawsuits against local police departments.

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