Gold Dome: SCOTUS Declines to Hear DACA Case

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The U.S. Supreme Court refused to review a judge’s injunction that bars the Trump administration from ending DACA. The Supreme Court will have another chance to hear the case after a 9th Circuit judge reviews it.

A third-party investigation of alleged sexual harassment incidents involving state Sen. Jack Tate found they “more likely than not” happened.

LGBTQ activists are outside the Capitol this morning on behalf of a bill to make it easier for transgender people to amend a birth certificate to reflect their gender identity.

A Denver police officer is will stay on the force despite a getting a DUI and multiple probation violations that included failed, skipped and diluted alcohol tests. Now outsiders to the force are wondering if he should keep his job.

As the Olympic games in South Korea end, questions abound about how much a Denver bid would cost and who would foot the bill.

The Colorado House on Friday gave initial approval to a bill that would prevent HOAs from restricting certain breeds of dogs in their communities.

At least a dozen public pension funds around the country invest in gun stocks — while some are dropping those investments, the Colorado Teacher’s Union isn’t seeking to remove them from PERA.

Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft were expected to ease congestion on roads, but studies find they contribute to traffic more than they help.

Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee released their long-awaited rebuttal to a Republican memo that claimed federal officials abused their powers in the surveillance of a Trump campaign worker.

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