Gold Dome: Memos Make the News

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Today, Democrats will find out whether they can release their own classified memo.

Legislative sponsors are expecting a bill allowing for a safe-injection site to fail in committee.

A Brighton school district, after failing to get a voter-approved tax measure, is looking to move to a four-day week.

Pueblo County is likely joining a lawsuit claiming pharmaceutical companies are to blame for the opioid epidemic. County commissioners are also urging the state attorney general to join other states in suing drug makers.

There are some worries about the possibility of Amazon coming to Denver, but according to Seattle’s former head of transportation, traffic shouldn’t be one of them.

A crowd came to a Public Utilities Commission meeting about the shuttering of two coal-fired power plants, and many citizens favored a focus on renewable energy.

1st Judicial District prosecutor Michael Dougherty announced Friday that he was suspending his attorney general campaign and is instead looking to fill the district attorney position in Boulder County.

State treasurer candidate Brian Watson bought a $17.1 million office just south of the Capitol. 

Stapleton residents got less than two days’ notice that oil and gas drillers might start fracking in their community. The plan was shot down, but some people still have concerns about the late warning.

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