Gold Dome: Lebsock Facing Expulsion Vote

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The Colorado House of Representatives will vote this week on whether to remove Rep. Steve Lebsock after 11 women made credible sexual harassment complaints against him. It will take two-thirds of the House to vote him out.

A former state representative is calling out House Speaker Crisanta Duran and urging her to push for new gun control measures.

Recently appointed Boulder District Attorney Michael Dougherty will run for election in November. He’s now officially out of the attorney general race.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock apologized after a former member of his security detail accused him of making inappropriate comments and sending her harassing text messages in 2012.

A Mennonite woman who served on the defense investigation in a death penalty case refused to testify due to religious objections — she is now sitting in jail for a second day.

A lawsuit alleges a former Denver International Airport executive took bribes and rigged the bidding process in order to awarded an airport concession contract to a Michigan company.

The Colorado American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit contending a sheriff’s department is improperly holding people in the country illegally on behalf of federal authorities.

Dick’s Sporting Goods announced that it will stop selling assault-style semi-automatic rifles such as the AR-15 and is requiring gun customers to be at least 21 years old.

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