FBI Director James Comey asked the DOJ to reject President Trump’s claim that President Obama tapped his phones.
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IN LOCAL NEWS:
Ken Salazar — a former U.S. Senator, U.S. Interior secretary and a WilmerHale attorney — is considering a bid for governor in 2018.
And Larimer County commissioner Lew Gaiter is throwing his hat in the ring.
Several Coloradans are taking advantage of the aid-in-dying law. The main supporter organization said prescriptions have been written and several patients have self-administered.
Wage theft focused nonprofit organization Towards Justice received $8,500 in donations through the help of The Sawaya Law Firm and unclaimed funds from two class actions.
Plaintiffs in a Fremont County wrongful death lawsuit claim a man died of prescription drug withdrawal while a private medical provider chose to keep costs low.
IN NATIONAL NEWS:
The Supreme Court, with new guidance from the Trump administration, vacated an appellate decision regarding a transgender boy’s right to use the bathroom of his choice.
President Trump’s updated immigration order is expected today.
A BigLaw attorney from Covington & Burling and formerly of Dewey & LeBoeuf committed suicide last week.
A federal prosecutor is claiming an Oregon judge helped an immigrant escape ICE agents.
Dentons continues to grow — this time expanding into the Netherlands.
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