Gold Dome: Crisis Averted

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Congress looks poised to avoid a government shutdown — but that doesn’t mean it will be in the clear for next week.

Former U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez was ordered to pay more than $17,000 to the state in a dark money lawsuit.

A Mexican man who sought sanctuary in a Denver church for nine months was arrested by ICE yesterday morning.

Immigrant advocates are feeling anxiety about the pending federal prosecutor appointment for Colorado.

After years of previous attempts, a juvenile sexting bill was passed unanimously in the House. It now goes to the Senate.

Two campaign finance measures died in committee. The bills would have both required more disclosures and transparency in political fundraising.

The federal government might still decide to crack down on marijuana, but state law enforcement might not cooperate if this bill passes.

The Colorado legislature did its best to ensure water will keep flowing for the state’s hemp crop, regardless of what happens in Washington, D.C.

Suspended Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is running for U.S. Senate.

An independent commission in Oklahoma suggested the state extend its moratorium on the death penalty until it addresses serious flaws in the system.

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