Gold Dome: Race Against the Clock

The 75th General Assembly is one week away from its end, and it’s do-or-die time for many bills. Several of which are focused on below.

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Former U.S. Rep. Raymond Kogovsek died. He was 75.

The state Supreme Court heard arguments this week in a case to determine whether legal fees can be political donations.

Two Republican congressmen from Colorado are proposing moving the Bureau of Land Management to Denver — or at least someplace in the West.

A new highway bill is quickly making its way through the legislature in a race against the session’s end.

Democratic efforts to increase affordable housing are dying a slow death before the session’s end.

The Patient Safety Act, which requires more stringent background checks for health care professionals, was approved by the House and is on its way to the Senate.

Gov. John Hickenlooper called for a statewide inspection of oil and gas wells after a recent explosion.

Lawmakers kept hospital provider fee negotiations alive.

The Justice Department will not bring charges against Baton Rouge police officers involved in the death of Alton Sterling.

Republicans ran into a roadblock in their ACA replacement proposal.

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