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IN LOCAL NEWS:
The Jefferson County DA’s child sex offender unit is “alive and well” after being temporarily shut down because of ethical restrictions.
Boulder County kept its oil and gas moratorium active despite a looming court battle. And a Boulder County Senator had some criticism of Attorney General Cynthia Coffman regarding her stance on the issue.
“Drive-by Lawsuits” involving ADA claims are raising hackles for business owners who say it is a predatory practice.
On the employment front, Boulder and Denver tech companies are getting attention for offering unlimited vacation.
Protestors on both sides of the Planned Parenthood funding issue held rallies over the weekend.
IN NATIONAL NEWS:
The White House is considering issuing a new immigration order.
The Panama Papers have led to a major arrest for money laundering.
We’ve heard a lot about religious freedom, but where does Judge Gorsuch stand on IP matters? (subscription required)
A murder suspect in Texas had his bond set at $4 billion as a form of protest from a Justice of the Peace.
International law firm K&L Gates laid off staffers at three of its U.S. offices.
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