Gold Dome: No Tapes

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Recent allusions to President Nixon must be getting to President Trump — he warned ousted FBI Director Jim Comey not to leak anything to the news media and said he had better not have recorded any of their conversations.

Don’t make vacation plans Gov. John Hickenlooper told legislators yesterday; He is considering a special session to handle unresolved issues of transportation, health care and funding for the Colorado Energy Office.

Phil Weiser is running for state Attorney General. He wants Colorado to be a national leader, and he wants to be able to keep President Trump in check.

Lawmakers had a “cram session” at the end of the session, taking some bills all the way down to the wire.

Colorado Supreme Court Justice Allison Eid is thought to be the likely pick to fill Neil Gorsuch’s 10th Circuit seat.

ICE officials granted stays of deportation to Jeanette Vizguera and Arturo Hernandez, Denver immigrants who turned to churches for refuge.

Sen. Cory Gardner was one of three Republicans to vote against approving Trump’s pick for U.S. trade representative.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions overturned an Eric Holder policy, ordering prosecutors to file more serious charges against low-level drug offenders.

After he distanced himself from Jim Comey’s firing, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is facing a barrage of questions from Democrats.

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