Gold Dome: Another Session Over

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State lawmakers celebrated the end of the session and its successes yesterday.

But not everything went well — transportation, which was a major issue this year, failed to get enough traction in the capitol.

Lawmakers also failed to come to an agreement on funding for the Colorado Energy Office.

A bill that helps schools test for lead in their drinking water passed yesterday.

Lawsuits are likely coming in the wake of the Firestone home explosion.

The Longmont City Council is asking Gov. Hickenlooper not to appeal the appellate court ruling that puts public health first for drilling operations.

A bill opening up CORA to keep digital public records in their original format passed.

One election forecaster says the election between Jason Crow and Rep. Mike Coffman is a “toss-up.”

A deputy Attorney General almost resigned after being reported to be involved in the decision to fire James Comey.

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