Gold Dome: Both Parties Look to Benefit From Great Colorado Payback

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Gubernatorial candidate Walker Stapleton is pointing to the Great Colorado Payback to boost his position in the race; meanwhile, Democrats are seeking to use it to knock him down a peg.

Ongoing drought conditions are causing problems for the state’s water plan.

Initiatives that would limit the payday lending industry’s interest rates and give property owners compensation when government actions impact property values will be on the November ballot.

The ACLU of Colorado is asking 31 cities demanding they repeal panhandling laws. Colorado is one of 12 states around the country pushing to have such laws taken off the books.

The family seeking legal residency for an adopted daughter are just one example of a slow and difficult immigration process and how easily someone can be lost in the system.

The Denver Police Department released body camera footage of the arrest of Colorado Independent editor Susan Greene, who was detained in July for resisting arrest while attempting to photograph a police interaction with a naked man sitting on the sidewalk along Colfax.

Denver police have arrested a juvenile male in relation to a shooting at a Denver middle school yesterday. The shooting left one child in critical condition.

California became the first state in the country to end the use of financial bail in favor of pretrial risk assessments in order to determine whether suspects should be detained.

White House counsel Don McGahn is leaving his post in the fall. The announcement comes after another that he cooperated with the special counsel investigation of the Trump campaign.

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