Gold Dome: Lawmakers Turn Out for Cesar Chavez Day

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Cesar Chavez Day was celebrated over the weekend, bringing out Colorado lawmakers and public officials to woo crowds celebrating the Chicano movement.

This week at the Capitol, a House committee is discussing the Long Bill and a Senate committee is considering the FAMLI Act.

Some sheriffs are saying they won’t enforce the state’s red flag bill if it passes, but that is leaving some wondering what it means for the state if they don’t.

U.S. Rep. Ken Buck was named head of the state Republican Party. He said he endorsed recall efforts and is determined to show the world “this is not a blue state.”

Colorado’s census investment has a major potential return: A House seat.

As other states legalize marijuana, Colorado is at a “turning point” regarding whether the state will continue to be a leader.

Gov. Jared Polis won’t make good on his campaign promise of cutting income taxes — at least this year.

Crisis was averted in the state budget standoff when lawmakers reached a last-minute deal to put more money in transportation.

Attorney General Phil Weiser named Essi Ellis the new director of Colorado’s Safe2Tell program.

Joe Biden is accused of inappropriately touching and kissing a former legislator. He went into damage control mode, yesterday, in order to salvage a potential presidential campaign.

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