Gold Dome: Rocktober is Happening

Start working on your Tony Wolters halloween costumes, Rocktober is happening. We dive into the legal news that you expect below, but I just want to take a moment to celebrate the fact that the Colorado Rockies won an incredibly tense and incredibly long game of baseball last night and will continue their playoff berth.

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Uber entered a settlement the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, and will implement new safety measures such as conducting annual background checks on drivers.

Outside the state legislature, term-limited Sen. Irene Aguilar will fight gentrification in Denver as the first director of Denver’s Neighborhood Equity and Stabilization Team, called NEST.

Marijuana and pizza entrepreneur Kayvan Khalitbari is dropping out of the Denver mayoral race for personal reasons. But the pack is no thinner, as former state legislator Penfield Tate III entered the race earlier this week.

Colorado voters have two transportation measures to decide on next month. Here’s what they would cover. 

Self-funded gubernatorial candidate Jared Polis is just shy of spending $20 million on his campaign. His rival, Walker Stapleton, has spent $2.3 million so far.

Deborah Ramirez, the Boulder woman accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, said the FBI asked her for witnesses but has not conducted any interviews with them or conducted a serious investigation.

The Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources amended a bill that would fully fund and permanently reauthorize the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund.

The attorney general candidates gave the rundown on where they stand on issues such as their support of President Donald Trump, immigration and the death penalty.

President Donald Trump told attendees at a Mississippi rally to “think of your son” when considering sexual misconduct allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh and mocked one of Kavanaugh’s accusers.

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