Gold Dome: AG Barr Supports Marijuana Legislation

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U.S. Attorney General William Barr said he supports Sen. Cory Gardner’s marijuana legislation as an alternative to the “patchwork” of state litigation.

Denver’s biggest lobbyists have close connections with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and the city government. A CPR investigation suggests that, in going through city records, it can be “difficult to know where the city ends and the lobbyists begin.”

The ACLU of Colorado is suing Immigration and Customs Enforcement for information regarding the death of a detainee who died while in ICE custody in Aurora.

Colorado’s Safe2Tell program is growing as a key part of the state Attorney General’s Office.

After spending some time on the fence, Gov. Jared Polis said he’s decided to sign a police transparency bill.

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is looking to get ahead of the state’s big new oil and gas bill by preparing new criteria for reviewing permit applications.

After having his case tossed by the Colorado Court of Appeals, a Boulder County man involved in a lawsuit over property value appraisals is asking the state Supreme Court to review the case.

President Donald Trump’s sister, Circuit Judge Maryanne Trump Barry, has retired from the federal bench amid a judicial ethics probe.

Families of Parkland school shooting victims are filing at least 22 lawsuits against the school board, sheriff’s office and others, alleging they failed to prevent the attack.

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