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IN LOCAL NEWS:
Denver’s Citizen Oversight Board said it is “extremely troubled” by the city Safety Department’s discipline for the officers involved in the death of inmate Michael Marshall.
A Boulder judge dismissed Attorney General Cynthia Coffman’s lawsuit to force Boulder County to remove its oil and gas moratorium.
Sen. Cory Gardner has gained the ire of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Gardner gained his attention by referring to him as a “whack job” on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Democrats are pushing through a last-minute bill to require mapping of Colorado’s oil and gas lines. And so far they’re succeeding.
EPA director Scott Pruitt is cleaning house and won’t renew the terms for Obama administration appointees.
IN NATIONAL NEWS:
Former acting AG Sally Yates warned the White House in January that Michael Flynn could have been blackmailed.
A California congressman said he’s willing to take the marijuana fight to the Supreme Court if necessary.
Numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that the legal sector added 1,100 jobs in April.
Harvard Law School is expanding its admission deferment program to juniors from any college, so long as they spend two years working, studying or pursuing research.
Tiffany Trump is heading to Washington to attend law school at Georgetown.
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