Gold Dome: Sessions On His Way Out?

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President Trump is making no secret of the fact that he wants Jeff Sessions out as AG, calling him “very weak.”

David Bernhardt, a Brownstein Hyatt Farber Scheck lawyer-lobbyist, was confirmed to be Deputy Secretary of the Department of the Interior.

Several of the state’s Democratic candidates will be in Aspen for the Pitkin County Democratic Party’s annual dinner in early August.

With an increase in construction comes an increase in construction complaints — More than 700 were filed last year.

President Trump announced a ban Wednesday on transgender individuals serving in the military.

Sen. Cory Gardner was among those who voted to repeal Obamacare. The initiative failed quickly in the Senate, though.

Connect For Health Colorado is making progress on accounting but still has some problems to tackle.

A Republican lawmaker’s “bike tax” proposal didn’t go the way he expected. “My attempt to start a conversation has been met with hysteria by some and reasonable ideas by others,” he said.

DaVita CEO Kent Thiry said he will not run for governor. Now the question is what will that decision do to others considering running.

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