Gold Dome: Western Stock Show to March Down 17th

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Gov. Jared Polis is giving his first State of the State address today, and it’s live right now (provided you opened this e-mail right away).

It might already be too late for you by the time you read this, but downtown traffic is going to look like a stampede today. The National Western Stock Show Kick-Off Parade is marching down 17th Street at noon today.

Attorney General Phil Weiser isn’t wasting any time on living up to campaign promises. He has a list of challenges he plans to bring against President Donald Trump, including lawsuits to protect the ACA.

A lot of vehicle owners overpaid for their registration last month. The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles overcharged approximately 100,000 drivers last month for their  registration renewals because of a computer glitch.

Rep. Jason Crow is proposing national firearm background checks that look a lot like Colorado’s.

Gov. Jared Polis announced four new cabinet members yesterday. The additions join others announced before the holidays.

Secretary of State Jena Griswold is getting down to business on expanding the state’s automatic voter registration program and campaign finance reform.

The Department of Local Affairs said a program was launched at the beginning of this year to allow homeowners to get a tax credit for accessibility-focused remodeling.

Some state officials will be getting pay raises this year thanks to bills passed in previous legislative sessions.

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