Gold Dome: Government Shutdown Imminent?

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Signs seem to be pointing toward a government shutdown taking place later today. Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet said he’s holding out on a stop-gap measure in favor of addressing DACA concerns, and Republican Sen. Cory Gardner said he’s willing to negotiate on DACA.

The Denver Board of Ethics is questioning whether city agencies should publicly disclose their gifts to the mayor or City Council. So far, the Denver City Attorney says no, they shouldn’t.

The Colorado Democratic Party is responding positively to the #MeToo movement by creating a panel that will make recommendations about how to combat “sexual harassment and assault on the campaign trail.”

The wait list for adults with disabilities seeking treament continues to grow in Colorado.

Colorado’s annual report of graduation data shows that Denver students are taking longer to graduate while graduation rates on the whole are increasing.

Curious how Denver stacks up against the 19 other cities in the running for Amazon’s HQ2? Here’s the rundown of other top locales picked.

The second annual Women’s March on Colorado is scheduled for tomorrow; this time around, organizers are focusing on making a bigger impact on political involvement.

The U.S. Supreme Court stayed an order for a remap of North Carolina’s congressional districts, which were found to have been gerrymandered.

The U.S. government announced on Thursday that it is abandoning its prosecution of more than 120 defendants charged with crimes over their involvement in violent protests on the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration one year ago.

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