Gold Dome: Kavanaugh Vote Scheduled for Friday

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The attorney representing the Boulder woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct said the Senate Judiciary Committee isn’t responding to inquiries about how to present the information in the allegation. He is seeking an FBI investigation of the allegations as well.

A workplace harassment investigation found it “more likely than not” that Sen. Daniel Kagan used a private, women-only restroom at the Capitol three times during the 2017 legislative session.

A nearly 20-year-old police report filed against Jared Polis has surfaced detailing a physical altercation with a former female staffer in order to prevent her from leaving his office with stolen documents. The staffer later pled guilty to stealing trade secrets.

Denver Homeless Out Loud is pushing for a ballot measure that will have Denver citizens voting on whether to repeal the city’s urban camping ban.

Deep-pocketed Giffords, a political action committee named for the former Arizona congresswoman who survived a 2011 assassination attempt, is sinking money into the election between Jason Crow and Rep. Mike Coffman.

Colorado companies stand to lose roughly 1,000 jobs as a result of recently imposed tariffs.

A third accuser of Judge Brett Kavanaugh announced allegations against the Supreme Court nominee. The woman, represented by Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti, claimed she was at a high school party with Kavanaugh where girls were drugged and raped.

The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on Kavanaugh’s appointment Friday, less than 24 hours after hearing testimony from his first accuser.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said he opposes a ballot measure increasing oil and gas setbacks as well as a “takings” ballot measure.

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