Gold Dome: Saint Patrick’s Day

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A Denver-based energy company filed for bankruptcy. Law firms Hogan Lovells and Boigon Law are among the company’s creditors.

A bill that would allow driverless cars on Colorado roads heard its first debate in the Senate yesterday.

Four years in, and the El Paso County Sheriff is still investigating the murder of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements.

Neil Gorsuch is a wildcard on environmental cases with few cases in front of him so far and rulings that go both ways.

Protestors gathered in Fort Collins to call to keep funding the EPA.

President Trump’s newest budget completely eliminates funding for the Legal Services Corporation.

The U.S. House Budget Committee approved a plan to repeal and replace the ACA.

The White House is backpedaling after claiming Britain’s spy agency was involved in spying on President Trump.

A bill that would tighten laws on human trafficking passed in committee.

State Democrats rolled out four new bills that would shed light on dark money in the state.

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