Gold Dome: Legal Dispute Brewing Over Lebsock’s Seat

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Steve Lebsock’s last-minute party switch could bring a legal fight as Democrats and Republicans fight over his vacant seat. Republicans are looking to fill the seat as soon as possible, while Democrats are considering legal options to make sure a Democrat fills the seat by the start of the next session.

The Colorado Fraternal Order of Police is calling for the resignation of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and an investigation into allegations of “corrupt and unethical behavior” in the city’s Department of Public Safety.

Colorado’s political party caucuses will convene tonight. If you’re still looking to get caught up, here’s what you need to know.

Two former United Airlines flight attendants who claimed age discrimination for being fired were awarded $800,000 in damages by a federal jury Monday in Denver.

First pot, next mushrooms? A small group of citizens met with Denver city officials to start the process to get an initiative on the ballot to decriminalize magic mushrooms.

Colorado’s political party caucuses will convene tonight. If you’re still looking to get caught up, here’s what you need to know.

NPR reports that states like West Virginia, Alabama and Virginia saw gains — but not because of President Donald Trump’s direct policy changes.

Colorado saw modest coal gains last year while other states like West Virginia, Alabama and Virginia saw larger gains — and not all of them are because of President Trump.

Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg went on a media tour that raised eyebrows, during which he said he would defy Robert Mueller even if it lands him in handcuffs and that the special counsel has something coming President Trump’s way.

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