Gold Dome: Health Care Plan Approved Early

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The GOP’s health care bill got early-morning approval from a House committee.

One thing that Sens. Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet might agree on — their dissatisfaction with the ACA replacement. Although they might not agree on the reasons why.

Gov. John Hickenlooper is concerned about federal crackdown on marijuana; he said he would veto a bill as it exists right now.

Legislators introduced a new tax plan that includes more money for transportation and a sales tax hike.

U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter wants to know what it would take to get an American to Mars by 2033.

Female legislators made their point and then got back to work after a short protest on A Day Without Women yesterday.

Drone users are pushing for more proactivity in drone laws in order to get ahead of broader regulations.

After we move the clocks forward this weekend, we might not move them back again, if a new bill gets approved.

Atoning for the sins of the father, descendants of the Supreme Court justice who penned the majority opinion in the Dred Scott case apologized to descendants of Scott and all African Americans.

Despite the lawsuit challenging Boulder County’s oil and gas moratorium, the Lafayette City Council voted 4-3 to move forward with one of its own.

 

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