Gold Dome: Electoral College Revision Passes in Senate

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A bill to put Colorado’s electoral college votes behind the winner of the national popular vote moved through committee yesterday.

Arizona is still holding out on an agreement to a new multi-state plan for sharing the Colorado River water. An agreement is expected to come Thursday, the deadline.

Gov. Jared Polis is looking to eliminate a corporate tax break set by the Trump administration in order to pay for an income tax cut.

Hospitals are looking to address the opioid crisis in Colorado by making opioid prescriptions a last resort after trying other therapies and making addiction treatment a key focus for prescribers.

The Denver Classroom Teachers Association filed a response to a motion that asked the state to intervene in salary negotiations. The response states that a solution must come from the two parties.

The “Ban the Box” bill, which would prohibit employers from asking about a potential employee’s criminal background, is back in the Capitol today.

National parks are open again but snow and ice make it difficult to really get them back to normal.

Longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone entered a not guilty plea on seven criminal charges of false statements, witness tampering and obstruction of justice.

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