Gold Dome: Oil and Gas Bill Moves Closer to Passage

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Colorado’s new oil and gas regulations moved closer to passage after a Senate committee approved the bill with a 4-3 vote.

Despite saying he would limit large contributions, Gov. Jared Polis saw major donors and a dark money organization fund his inauguration.

The state has agreed to end all disputes with Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips. The announcement came just before a trial for Phillips.

Colorado’s latest effort to repeal the death penalty will be heard at the legislature today, and two Democratic “statehouse friends” are on opposite sides of the issue.

Colorado’s Join Budget Committee is asking for an audit of every county child welfare department in the state after it learned that outcomes for children haven’t improved, despite there being an increase in caseworkers.

Former Gov. John Hickenlooper raised more than $1 million for his presidential race in less than 48 hours.

Two months into Denver’s Turn Over a New Leaf program, just 38 people have been accepted to get the city’s help with their prior marijuana convictions.

During a briefing on the homeless sweeps settlement, The City of Denver agreed that the class of homeless plaintiffs prevailed in the case, but it did not say it was violating rights.

In the face of dozens of opioid addiction lawsuits filed across the country, Purdue Pharma is reportedly looking to limit its damage with a bankruptcy filing.

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