Gold Dome: Republicans Searching for Lebsock’s Replacement

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Colorado Republicans will choose a replacement for former state Rep. Steve Lebsock, who last week switched his party affiliation to the GOP just before he was expelled from the House of Representatives.

A minority shareholder in the company that owns the Denver Post is suing the company for breach of fiduciary duty. The lawsuit claims mismanagement and is seeking access to the company’s books.

The State Senate passed a bill that would allow Coloradans the right to concealed carry without a permit. Although it succeeded in one chamber, it’s unlikely to make it through the next.

Aurora Congressman Mike Coffman is joining the legislators on both sides of the aisle criticizing President Donald Trump for his tariffs on steel and aluminum imports announced this week.

Denver District Attorney Beth McCann turned down Senate President Kevin Grantham’s proposal to have her office investigate sexual harassment claims at the Capitol.

Four Colorado Republican lawmakers visited the White House to discuss punishments for sanctuary cities, hoping to build on the Trump administration’s lawsuit challenging California laws it says protect immigrants in the country illegally.

A Boulder County man is appealing a dismissal in a case claiming the county’s property tax assessment system is stacked against him.

A bill to search for answers about rising drug prices passed a House committee vote.

Colorado’s ag producers will make their presence known at Colorado Agriculture Day at the Capitol, March 22.

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