Gold Dome: Lamborn Campaign’s Day in Court

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Rep. Doug Lamborn is having his day in court to try and get on the primary ballot. A bad outcome could mean an unceremonious end to his six terms in Congress representing Colorado Springs.

Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne is making a permanent statement — on her arm — for her run for Colorado governor.

The state bill to discourage public school teachers from going on strike goes to a Senate committee today.

The state legislature is taking up a bipartisan bill for insurance benefits for families of fallen firefighters and police.

CDOT is responding to a concerning trend in traffic deaths.

Sen. John McCain, amid his cancer battle, told his son-in-law to “take care of” his daughter.

Uproar continues over Michelle Wolf’s comments at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

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