Gold Dome: Another Congressional Contender

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Democrat Levi Tilleman announced that he will announce on July 9 his bid for Mike Coffman’s congressional seat.

DaVita CEO Kent Thiry could bring a spending flood to the gubernatorial race — if he decides to run.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said yesterday that there is still work to do on gaining support for the health care bill.

Gov. John Hickenlooper is joining forces with John Kasich to speak out against Congress’ health care overhaul plans.

And Sen. Michael Bennet has plenty to say about the new health care bill, as well.

New financial data shows rough times ahead for PERA.

Reports show that Secretary of Energy Scott Pruitt is looking to recodify the Waters of the U.S. rule to its state before 2015.

Colorado business owners are still optimistic about Trump’s presidency.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to hear a Missouri school voucher case brings the focus back to DougCo.

A poll, released today by Children’s Hospital Colorado, finds that 85 percent of those surveyed don’t support the Republican health care bill’s Medicaid cuts for children, with little variance by political affiliation.

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