Gold Dome: Unfriendly Skies

United Airlines is facing backlash for ejecting a man from a flight after they were unable to find someone to voluntarily leave their seat. The company is now investigating what happened.

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Holland & Hart’s Jason Crow is challenging Mike Coffman for his congressional seat in 2018.

A Senate committee voted on two sanctuary city bills — the committee approved a bill allowing crime victims to sue local governments in sanctuary cities and also blocked a bill that would prevent law enforcement from cooperating with the feds.

A Senate committee will hear a bill seeking a distinction between discrimination and “the fundamental right to disagree.”

Immigration attorney Hans Meyer is stepping up against ICE.

Pot clubs could be legal in Denver by July, and rule makers are actively working to get the city ready.

Former state treasurer Cary Kennedy is running for governor on the Democratic ticket.

Other states are looking to follow California’s lead in attempting to become “sanctuary states.”

A federal judge ruled Texas’ voter identification laws are discriminatory.

Justice Neil Gorsuch has a full docket ahead of him on the Supreme Court.

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