Gold Dome: Red Flag Bill Moves Ahead for Now

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The Colorado House gave initial approval to the “Red Flag bill,” which would give some firepower to those looking to take guns away from at-risk people who could be dangerous.

As Denver’s homeless sweeps trial went to a pre-trial conference, getting plaintiffs without IDs into the courthouse turned out to be a major challenge. Their lack of identification is also a core part of the suit.

The General Assembly is working on a bill to ease the transition of high-alcohol beer into grocery stores. And the bill might iron out some wrinkles in state laws restricting beer in parks.

Teachers’ claims that Colorado is 46th in the country for education funding — but the state might actually be 30th. How does that affect protests?

A Boulder District Court judge denied the County’s effort to get a Gunbarrel resident to pay more than $3,900 in attorney’s fees and costs that the county claimed it paid in defending an open-meetings and open-records lawsuit.

After missing a deadline with Colorado’s highest court by a day, a Fort Collins resident formally asked the Colorado Supreme Court to hear his appeal in a ongoing case with Poudre School District anyway.

Rudy Giuliani, now one of President Trump’s lawyers, said Trump reimbursed Michael Cohen for a $130,000 payment to keep a pornographic film actress from going public  about an affair with Trump.

A transgender inmate who is suing Colorado’s corrections agency says she was raped at a men’s prison hours after a federal judge denied her request to block the prison from keeping her in a disciplinary unit.

Ty Cobb, the high-powered lawyer with Denver connections who is heading the Trump team in relation to the Mueller probe, said he plans to retire. He’ll be replaced by a lawyer who helped Bill Clinton in his impeachment process.

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