I don’t actually know if Denver’s new pot church has “priests,” but its leaders had reason to celebrate yesterday, after a legislative challenge to its existence was struck down.
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IN LOCAL NEWS:
Aurora attorney David Aarestad is looking to unseat Mike Coffman in Congress.
Civic Center Park was completely trashed after yesterday’s 4/20 festivities.
A day after one construction defects bill is celebrated as a success, another one is killed.
A Denver activist was named one of TIME Magazine’s 100 most influential people, but she won’t accept the award out of fear of ICE.
The University of Colorado’s sociology department is facing harassment claims that a union called an ongoing, systemic problem.
IN NATIONAL NEWS:
Attorney General Jeff Sessions expressed surprise that a judge “sitting on an island in the Pacific” can block an executive order from the president of the United States.
The Alabama Supreme Court upheld the suspension of state Chief Justice Roy Moore.
Arkansas carried out the state’s first execution in a decade. It is planning three more before a lethal injection drug expires next month.
A group of Whittier Law School professors filed a temporary restraining order motion to keep the school open.
Amid a sexual harassment scandal, Bill O’Reilly is out at Fox News. But he might receive a payout up to $25 million.
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