Gold Dome: Special Session Comes and Goes

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The Colorado General Assembly’s special session ended yesterday with no new guidance on the issue at hand. A Republican committee killed two Democratic measures to end the session.

Republicans made it clear from the start that they saw the special session as unneeded.

The parties in Colorado’s electoral college lawsuit aren’t settling but are instead trying to find the quickest possible path to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Sen. Cory Gardner might have come around on town hall meetings — he has one scheduled in Pueblo for Friday.

Nederland Mayor Kristopher Larsen joined the race for Jared Polis’ congressional seat.

The White House is finishing the process of setting up a legal defense fund for mid-level staffers involved in the Russia probe.

Colorado state Rep. Amy Stephens, a Republican who sponsored the bill for Colorado’s health exchange, said her stance on Obamacare was justified.

Despite the regulatory hurdles, Denver entrepreneurs are looking into ways to get into the social pot business.

Greeley’s 2018 budget includes millions for road repairs and water treatment.

And Longmont is moving forward with its $315.2 million budget.

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