Gold Dome: Hey Hey Goodbye

After House Republicans voted to repeal and replace Obamacare, their Democrat counterparts sang them out of the room, presumably waving goodbye to their political careers. More on the vote and the new plan below.

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A federal judge in Denver tossed a TABOR lawsuit, saying the parties who brought the suit didn’t have a right to sue.

The Denver Post is making news instead of reporting it today — the newspaper is in court against former three ad executives it says stole trade secrets before they resigned.

Housing advocates are pushing the City of Denver to give renters more protections and to take on the problem of affordable housing itself.

The construction defects law was sent to the governor’s desk; now time to wait and see if it pays off.

Lawmakers have reached a deal on the hospital provider fee.

The legislature is considering last-minute plans to change Colorado’s energy policy.

Sen. Michael Bennet introduced a bill to shield farmworkers from deportation and put them on a path to citizenship.

The House voted to repeal Obamacare. The new bill doesn’t look very different from the first version of the AHCA but includes new provisions to win over Republicans who voted against the first draft.

Fox News is facing a new gender discrimination lawsuit, as well as an ongoing federal investigation into its past settlements.

A “mass disaster” at the U.S.-Mexico border has had investigators trying to identify the bodies of hundreds who died trying to cross the border.

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