Gold Dome: Colorado Officials Looking for Harmony in Pot Laws

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Colorado officials are at the forefront of a group of officials asking Attorney General Jeff Sessions to unify state and federal pot laws.

A bill in the legislature would expand the School Lunch Protection Program to 18,000 public school students.

Colorado inmates given life without parole sentences as juveniles are now preparing for release with the help of virtual reality technology to get them adjusted to life on the outside.

According to a 2019 budget plan, the White House might slash funding for renewable energy research and deliver a major blow to Golden’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

Tom Tancredo’s departure from the governor’s race is likely causing a vacuum in the GOP state assembly.

The Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission recently changed the way it accepts public comment after seeing a significant increase in the volume of public participation at hearings.

The Trump administration has formally suspended a major Obama-era clean water regulation ahead of plans to issue its own version of the rule later this year.

Think government hiring is slow? Denver found a way to cut its hiring time nearly in half.

Denver is considering options to boost the size of an affordable housing fund that is projected to raise $150 million over a decade.

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