Gold Dome: AGs Take on Marijuana Banking

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A group of 18 attorneys general, including Colorado’s Cynthia Coffman, sent a letter to congressional leadership asking that Congress pass measures to safeguard marijuana businesses in how they deal with the banking industry.

Denver is on its way to becoming one of the first cities to ban bump stocks — the gun add-ons that make a semiautomatic weapon behave like an automatic. The high capacity magazine ban repeal is a different story, though.

State lawmakers are considering a similar ban, but hurdles in the statehouse might be too much to overcome.

Both parties agree that the rising cost of living in Colorado needs to be addressed, but they can’t yet agree on how.

State lawmakers are considering imposing statewide plastic bag fees, similar to those in Boulder.

The 10th Circuit ruled in favor of Keystone Ski Resort after a skier was injured on a ski lift. The court found that the waiver the skier signed cleared the resort from responsibility. The plaintiff’s attorneys say the resort shouldn’t be excused from what they say is employee negligence.

The Firestone home explosion might have drawn attention to it, but the orphan well problem in Colorado and throughout the West is on the rise.

Slightly fewer Coloradans enrolled in health insurance plans through the state’s exchange this year compared with last, Connect for Health Colorado officials said Tuesday.

You might have already heard that former White House strategist Steve Bannon has been subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury, but he said he plans on refusing to comply.

The Trump administration is planning to ask the Supreme Court for assistance in dismantling DACA. According to President Donald Trump, a judge in San Francisco shouldn’t have control over DACA nationwide.

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