Gold Dome: Sen. Bennet Will Have Surgery for Prostate Cancer

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Denver civil rights and criminal justice reform advocate Rev. Tammy Garrett-Williams died Tuesday. She was 50.

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet says he has prostate cancer, but he said his prognosis is good. He is planning to have surgery followed by a brief recovery.

Colorado’s major oil and gas bill passed the state Senate and is headed to the governor’s desk. Even after it is signed, the bill will have a fight ahead.

There are major health care bills on their way to passage in the legislature this year, but they all require the Trump administration’s approval, which could be a major hurdle for their practical effects.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is asking the Trump administration to reconsider immigration policies that he said have legal immigrants being denied citizenship for working in the marijuana industry.

A man who has been fighting for sanctuary, and leading the sanctuary movement in Colorado, is facing deportation.

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet says he has prostate cancer, but he said his prognosis is good. He is planning to have surgery followed by a brief recovery.

The House Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to authorize Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler to issue a subpoena for the full Mueller report.

An invoice from 2017 suggests David Bernhardt, President Trump’s pick to head the Department of the Interior, continued to do lobbying work after he said he had stopped.

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