Gold Dome: Rep. Rosenthal has a Political Challenger

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Rep. Paul Rosenthal’s sexual misconduct allegations are drawing political challengers from within his own party.

U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter’s guest for tomorrow’s State of the Union is a Colorado woman whose father was deported.

Steve Curtis, the former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party was sentenced to four years of probation and 300 hours of community service for voter fraud.

Boulder County is considering opening a safe injection site, should a bill allowing it get passed in the legislature.

State Republicans are asking voters to let the state issue $3.5 billion in bonds to fix and expand roads and bridges. 

The Colorado Supreme Court last week granted motions to dismiss a lawsuit challenging Douglas County’s controversial voucher system and vacated all previous orders and judgments in the case. And with that, the case is closed.

A federal judge declined to freeze the rebuilding of Interstate 70, dealing a major blow to the project’s opposition.

Is Justice Neil Gorsuch’s “hobnobbing” with Republican senators a breach of ethical obligations?

After shifting the target from Robert Mueller, President Donald Trump sought to get rid of deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein.

The Koch brothers’ Americans for Prosperity hired former director of state court strategy for the Federalist Society as vice president of judicial strategy.

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