Gold Dome: Walker Stapleton Could Face DA Investigation

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A group that frequently sues government agencies and officials for transparency issues has set its sights on gubernatorial candidate Walker Stapleton. Stapleton is being sued to find out what he knew of Kennedy Enterprises, the signature-gathering firm accused of hiring out-of-state individuals to collect signatures for candidates.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Robinson is on the party’s ballot after taking the Secretary of State’s office to court over invalidated signatures on Robinson’s petitions.

Thousands of teachers flocked to the Capitol to begin two days of protesting the state of education funding in Colorado.

A state judge has rejected Thornton’s rules requiring setbacks and pipeline safety to protect residents from oil and gas activity inside its boundaries — declaring these rules illegal because they conflict with more permissive state law.

A new bill seeks to lower health care costs by giving patients more information about prices — but some experts say that won’t work.

Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner and Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren are introducing a bill that would finally legitimize Colorado’s marijuana industry, potentially opening up banking and a host of other legal protections for licensed businesses.

The Supreme Court looks as if it will swing in favor of the Trump administration on the travel ban, following yesterday’s oral arguments.

The editorial page editor at The Daily Camera who published a critical editorial about the Boulder newspaper’s hedge fund owners without the publisher’s permission has been fired. For those interested, here’s the editorial.

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