Gold Dome: Coffman Weighs in on Oil and Gas Case

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Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman submitted a brief to the Colorado Supreme Court urging it to overturn a legal ruling that makes the protection of people and the environment the first priority in oil and gas drilling.

A federal judge said the I-70 expansion project can proceed while parties involved in the project’s challenge argue over the health risks it poses to nearby residents.

Denver’s current sexual harassment rules don’t apply to elected officials. The City Council is now looking at how to close the gap in its rules.

Gubernatorial candidate Cary Kennedy is connecting education and business growth in her campaign.

Jennifer Carroll succeeded in Erie’s municipal election, becoming the town’s mayor. And her election affirms the town’s stance on local control over oil and gas development.

The state recently uncovered a portrait of Colorado’s former KKK governor. Now the question is what to do with it.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller reportedly told President Donald Trump last month that he’s not the subject of a criminal investigation at this time.

Democrats saw a big win in their state’s Supreme Court “nonpartisan” judicial election.

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