Gold Dome: Lowering Expectations on Amazon

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Gov. John Hickenlooper revealed that he might be relieved if Amazon doesn’t move to Colorado. “There are a lot of challenges and lot of hard work we will be avoiding,” he said.

Despite the argument that it’s all in the family, the Denver Board of Ethics said it is standing by recent advice that City Council members should not accept some gifts from city departments and agencies.

State Republicans’ No. 1 bill on transportation saw opposition from Gov. John Hickenlooper’s administration but received a favorable vote from a Senate committee.

A former juror sent a 15-year-old to prison for life. Now he wants him released.

Congressional candidate Jason Crow beat his opponent, Mike Coffman, in quarterly funding but still lags behind in cash on hand.

With a sexual misconduct investigation continuing and time wasting, donors are looking for a new Democratic treasurer candidate to rally behind. At least five of his donors are now giving money to Rep. Dave Young, who joined the race on Oct. 31.

Gov. John Hickenlooper might be considering a musical career after leaving office — he recently got help from The Fray frontman to promote music in state schools.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ rescindment of the Cole memo might be scaring investors away from the pot business.

A state hearing on two new applications to develop 4,000 acres in Boulder County for oil and gas extraction has been delayed until March.

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