Gold Dome: Hancock’s Taking on Trump

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Denver Mayor Michael Hancock issued an executive order boosting resistance to federal immigration enforcement as well as setting up a legal defense fund for immigration.

Hancock also spoke recently about how a major transportation bond package can improve mobility for people with disabilities.

James Comey’s replacement as FBI Director is, officially, Christopher Wray.

Colorado’s Secretary of State sent voter data to the White House to aid in a voter fraud investigation.

The University of Denver is home to a new political center looking for answers to what the 2016 presidential election means for future elections and “the acceptance of Machiavellian leadership styles.”

Jared Polis pulled from his team of congressional staffers to manage his campaign.

Donna Lynne is not quite in the governor’s race, but she’s considering it.

Sate Sen. Kevin Lundberg announced he is running for state treasurer.

Colorado isn’t the only place where money is being poured into the Attorney General race. But it is definitely happening here.

Republicans are “moving on” after their ACA defeat and are working on bipartisan legislation to shore up insurance markets.

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