Gold Dome: Another Legislator Could Face Expulsion

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State Rep. Donald Valdez is accusing Rep. Jovan Melton of harassment and bullying and said he might even consider expelling his fellow legislator.

The Denver Office of the Independent Monitor released a report stating the Denver Sheriff Department mishandled the investigation into the 2015 death of jail inmate Michael Marshall.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s sexual harassment accuser said she wants an investigation. She also suggested she thought the City Council was sweeping something under the rug.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is making a $1 million donation to an independent expenditure campaign supporting Democrat Mike Johnston for governor.

Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced her gubernatorial campaign team with less than a month to go before the April 14 GOP state assembly.

A review of claims from the Gold King Mine spill says the EPA might be overstating the cost of damages by tens of millions of dollars.

Democratic AG candidates are more varied in their positions than you might initially expect. The common thread is their desire to end the death penalty and increase gun control.

President Donald Trump is changing his tune on respecting the process of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into his campaign’s Russian connections. Trump now looks poised to end the investigation.

Meanwhile, fired FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe has little avenue for recourse for his firing.

BLM committees are being directed to make recommendations on how to implement Trump administration orders and are in the “uncomfortable position” of being tasked with things such as identifying steps to bolster oil and gas development.

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