Gold Dome: General Assembly Reviewing Workplace Harassment

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Colorado’s legislative leaders will review the General Assembly’s workplace harassment policies after a stream of allegations came out against legislators.

Sen. Cory Gardner drew boos at a Pueblo town hall meeting after defending Republican efforts to rewrite the tax code.

A judge ruled in favor of Boulder County in a lawsuit claiming the local government violated Open Records rules. The judge ruled that Boulder County was in the right to withhold or redact documents requested by a Gunbarrel resident.

The competition for the permit to host the 4/20 rally in Civic Center Park ended in the most competitive way possible — a foot race through a Denver civic building to get the permitting office first.

There are a lot of candidates in the gubernatorial race; what’s the cost of having such a diverse pool?

Planned Parenthood shooter Robert Dear was found again to be incompetent to stand trial. His next competency hearing will be Feb. 13.

The FCC revealed its plans yesterday to remove net neutrality rules. The commission will vote next month on whether to deregulate the internet, which would allow ISPs to control traffic flow and access to specific websites.

President Trump seemingly stood by Senate candidate Roy Moore, saying that Moore “totally denies” allegations against him.

A federal judge blocked a Trump administration ban on sexual reassignment surgery for service members. The judge found active-duty service members are “already suffering harmful consequences” because of the president’s policy.

Gov. John Hickenlooper pardoned 22 individuals who have served their sentences and become successful in society. Among them was Wayne Thomas, who had been charged and convicted as an adult at 17.

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