Gold Dome: Democrats Pounce on Foote’s Seat

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Three Democrats are vying for Rep. Mike Foote’s House seat after news came out that he’ll be seeking the Boulder County District Attorney job.

Senate President Kevin Grantham said the Colorado Civil Rights Commission will not be defunded, but he wants Republicans to have more say in what it looks like. The

The House passed a proposal to allow Colorado community colleges to give students earning an associate’s degree in nursing an opportunity to gain an advanced bachelor’s degree.

Mesa County commissioners are formally asking the Trump administration to move the BLM to Grand Junction.

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission approved an industry tax hike to raise $4.8 million to go toward environmental cleanup and said more is still needed.

A federal judge said Douglas County School District must pay for the private school education for a student who has autism after it did not provide an adequate education to a student who has autism.

Cristal Torres DeHerrera is leaving her job at the Denver City Attorney’s Office to become the new DIA Chief of Staff. DeHerrera starts the job April 2.

Denver’s City Council might allow RiNo developers to build higher if they’re willing to chip in on affordable housing.

CU Law students of color are organizing a silent protest to speaker Jason Riley, a Wall Street Journal columnist and Fox News contributor who is speaking about the persistence of racial disparities.

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