Gold Dome: Dems Protest Baumgardner Punishment

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Colorado Senate Democrats said Republican Sen. Randy Baumgardner got a slap on the wrist for repeatedly accused of sexual and workplace harassment. They said they’d keep demanding the lawmaker’s resignation.

Gubernatorial frontrunners Cary Kennedy and Mike Johnston received a huge amount of money in their latest round of fundraising. Kennedy raised more than $800,000 for the quarter, and Johnston raised more than $600,000 bringing his total past $2 million

Governmental agencies are arguing over what to do after discovering elevated lead in water in Denver homes.

Licensed marijuana “tasting rooms” could be operating in Colorado by this time next year.

With the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment declining to intervene in the ongoing impasse between Pueblo City Schools and its teachers and paraprofessionals, a long-threatened districtwide strike is expected to begin Monday.

Longmont officials announced Thursday that they’d reached a proposed agreement with a pair of oil and gas companies that would end the possibility of drilling for oil and gas from the surfaces of properties within city limits.

The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies is cracking down on two companies allegedly promoting cryptocurrency to Colorado residents, officials announced Thursday.

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is asking a judge to stop the sale of the property at 6th Avenue and Simms Street via public auction and keep alive its fight to turn the property into a community for the homeless.

Denver Post editorial page editor Chuck Plunkett resigned after blasting the paper’s hedge fund owner in several opinion pieces.

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