Gold Dome: Polis Proposes Full-Day Kindergarten

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Gov. Jared Polis gave his first State of the State address yesterday. In his speech, he addressed health care, emissions and the environment and providing full-day kindergarten.

In their response to his speech, Republican leaders criticized Polis’ plans for omitting information about how he will pay for his plans.

Six Western states are all waiting on Arizona to approve a drought contingency plan for the Colorado River. The group of states have until Jan. 31 to come up with a plan, but a more pressing deadline is coming up on Monday.

Proposition 112 might have failed, but the issue is far from over. Eyes are on now on Democrats on how they will regulate Colorado’s oil and gas industry.

A crowd of roughly 150 federal workers gathered outside the U.S. Custom House in Denver to protest the federal government shutdown.

A Colorado Court of Appeals Judge who made headlines for judicial code violations, including using an ethnic slur to refer to another judge, has resigned.

An anti-immigration group is suing the City of Colorado Springs with claims that the mayor’s vocal opposition led to its conference being canceled.

During a visit to the border, President Donald Trump suggested he could take money from a storm relief fund to pay for the border wall.

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