Gold Dome: New Investigation for Sen. Randy Baumgardner

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A new investigation of Colorado state Sen. Randy Baumgardner, finds he created “an intimidating, offensive, and hostile work environment” for several Senate staffers.

Teachers around the country — including in Colorado — have been protesting outside statehouses in order to get more money for education. But a new Senate bill would carry hefty punishments for teachers who protest.

A Denver judge awarded more than $1.9 million to attorney Larry Castle and two associated businesses, who successfully defended themselves against state allegations of price gouging during the nation’s foreclosure crisis.

Chuck Schumer introduced legislation at the national level to decriminalize marijuana. Colorado’s leaders weighed in on, as well, with a range of opinions from enthusiasm to quiet optimism.

The state gubernatorial race saw its newest evolution on Friday with Doug Robinson failing to make the primary ballot.

Donna Lynne is moving forward to the Democratic primary in her gubernatorial bid.

Boulder is suing oil and gas companies for their involvement in global warming, but 15 states, including Colorado, oppose global warming lawsuits.

In the face of devastating legal fees and potential criminal charges, it’s starting to seem more likely that President Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, could cooperate with investigators.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he might have to quit if his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, is fired.

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