Gold Dome: Russian Trouble

In the last days of the Obama presidency, the administration left a trail of bread crumbs regarding President Trump’s associates’ involvement with Russia. The latest release showed Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with Russia’s ambassador twice during the election and didn’t disclose the meetings in his confirmation hearings. Sen. Chuck Schumer is now calling for Sessions’ resignation.

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An arrest warrant was issued for a juror who skipped a court date; Death row inmate Sir Mario Owens could get a new trial as a result.

Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman invited her federal counterpart to visit a recreational marijuana state and “see what we have done.”

This year’s construction defects reform package saw the first bill fail.

A state Senate bill is taking on the task of removing “lawsuit tax” from tort cases.

A Colorado woman’s murder is propelling a bill that would revoke bail for felony stalking offenders.

Constituents pinned down Sen. Cory Gardner for a tele-town hall in which he answered questions about Russia’s election meddling, ACA repeal, marijuana and President Trump’s cabinet picks.

Local leaders from around Colorado say transportation plans should include public transit and bike paths.

Airports and legal volunteers are preparing for President Trump’s new travel ban, which is sure to bring more protests.

Meanwhile, Republican lawmakers are trying to make protests more orderly or harder to organize.

A “dreamer” was arrested by ICE while calling for more immigrant protection.

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