Gold Dome: Sen. Cory Gardner has a Challenger

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Gov.-elect Jared Polis is holding town hall meetings, beginning today, to get input from Coloradans about what topics to tackle in Colorado.

Sen. Cory Gardner already has a challenger for 2020. Nonprofit organization executive director Lorena Garcia is seeking to put a Democrat in his Senate seat.

Colorado’s prisons are being used to fund road projects through an interesting lease-purchase system of making money off state buildings.

“Reverse CORA” lawsuits — where government entities sue CORA requesters — are becoming more common, but a district judge in Colorado determined the Town of Paonia was in the wrong in filing a lawsuit against a former town trustee who had requested records.

Despite a changeover in the leadership of the Colorado Division of Securities, a task force will continue its work investigating cryptocurrency fraud.

A wrongful death lawsuit brought against Christopher Watts by the family of his murdered wife, Shanann Watts, seeks to make sure he can never make money off of his victims.

A former inmate in the Fremont County jail filed a federal lawsuit saying he was denied
mental health treatment and encouraged to commit suicide
.

A lawyer for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is said to have repeatedly briefed President Donald Trump’s lawyers about what Manafort told investigators working on the special counsel probe.

Legalized pot is putting some police dogs out of work.

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