President Trump hits 100 days in the White House this weekend. His administration celebrated the fact that he has signed more laws than any other president at this landmark. And CNN commemorates the day with a list of his Tweets — how else?
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IN LOCAL NEWS:
A Denver District Judge certified a class of homeless plaintiffs in Denver’s homeless sweeps case, but he also told plaintiff’s attorney Jason Flores-Williams to find some co-counsel.
A judge denied a motion to stop Attorney General Cynthia Coffman’s lawsuit challenging Boulder County’s oil and gas moratorium.
Immigrants and activist pushed Denver officials on Thursday to enact an ordinance bringing it closer to “sanctuary city” status.
The publisher of the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel is not following through on threats to sue a state lawmaker who called the publication “fake news.”
Colorado made history 50 years ago by leading the country with a law that made abortions more available.
IN NATIONAL NEWS:
The American Lawyer yesterday released its annual report on the AmLaw 100.Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, Husch Blackwell and Shook Hardy & Bacon — all of which have Denver offices — joined the list this year.
President Trump’s losing streak in courts can be attributed to conservative judges’ efforts to restrict President Obama’s overreach during his presidency.
The man dragged from a United Airlines flight earlier this month already reached a settlement agreement with the airline.
The judge who blocked the use of a lethal execution drug in two executions in Arkansas is being removed from future death penalty cases; in response, he’s asking for a probe of the state attorney general and supreme court.
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