Gold Dome: MOAB Edition

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The U.S. dropped the “Mother of All Bombs” on Afghanistan yesterday, the largest non-nuclear weapon in the military’s arsenal. The bomb was said to have killed dozens of Islamic State militants.

El Paso County voted no on a medical marijuana testing facility.

Legislators scaled back the pot club bill with a major amendment Thursday. “A small first step is better than no step at all,” Rep. Jonathan Singer said.

Legislation to close a loophole in Colorado’s felony DUI law will set new minimum requirements.

A mother of four living in Aurora for years was detained by ICE after years of following supervision orders.

Lawmakers are leaving room for growth amid questions about self-driving cars.

Federal civil rights investigators said a plan for I-70 is still flawed but is the best option for neglected Latino neighborhoods.

The United passenger dragged off a flight earlier this week is planning a lawsuit.

Opposing rallies focused on President Trump will be held in Colorado Springs over the weekend.

DaVita CEO Kent Thiry changed his party affiliation to Republican, opening a path to a possible run for governor.

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