Gold Dome: Back in Session

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Colorado lawmakers are being called back for a special session in early October to fix an error in a pot tax.

Former Denver District Judge Roger Cisneros and his wife, Adelia, a former state senator, were found dead in their home Monday. The two are believed to have died from carbon monoxide poisoning.

Colorado Supreme Court Justice Allison Eid is in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee this morning in what is expected to be a smooth confirmation hearing for the open 10th Circuit judge seat.

New plans for TABOR came out at a Western Slope town hall, such as limiting how much the budget can grow and freezing the property assessment rate.

State Democratic Party chair Morgan Carroll said it’s time for the party to see itself as a political movement rather than a club.

Opponents of the I-70 expansion are asking a federal judge to stop the project until the lawsuits on the issue resolve.

ICE agents might be breaking agency protocol by making courthouse arrests, such as the ones seen in Denver earlier this year.

The governor of South Dakota asked to team up with Colorado and other Western states to handle workforce shortages that slow economic development.

The FBI was wiretapping Paul Manafort through the election and into this year; now the question is whether that will lead to an indictment.

President Trump spoke to the UN yesterday with combative words for North Korea and its “Rocket Man” leader.

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