Gold Dome: Cambridge Analytica Still has Data on CO Voters

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Cambridge Analytica, which is said to have helped Republicans win key state seats in 2014, has voter profiles on 136,000 voters, and the data still exists.

The House of Representatives began debate on Colorado’s $28.9 billion state budget proposal.

Last month, the City of Denver said it was investigating eight cases of affordable housing rule violations — it turns out there might be more than 300 cases with people living in homes they’re not allowed to own.

Utah is the first state to create a “free-range parenting law,” but does Colorado need one, too, in order to protect parents who grant their kids more independence to do things like walk to school alone?

Colorado is among the states squaring off against the federal government to keep a citizenship question off the 2020 U.S. census.

A judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce seeking a refund for what he claimed were excess taxes collected by El Paso County.

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a major gerrymandering case yesterday; while they seem to agree that racial gerrymandering is crossing a line, the justices seemed split on how much political gerrymandering is to be expected.

A lawyer for President Trump broached the idea of Mr. Trump’s pardoning two of his former top advisers, Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort, with their lawyers last year.

President Trump intends to replace Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin with the White House physician, Navy Rear Adm. Ronny L. Jackson, the president announced on Twitter on Wednesday.

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