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IN LOCAL NEWS:
Colorado Senators on Kavanaugh Battle
Colorado’s senators split their votes on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation along party lines, as they said they would. The ferocity of the opposition got to such high points that Sen. Cory Gardner said his wife received a threat over his vote.
Gubernatorial Hopefuls Face Off
Jared Polis and Walker Stapleton had their TV showdown on Friday as well as two other debates over the weekend; the two took an aggressive tone throughout the weekend. If you missed it, there are plenty of other debates coming over the next month.
Are you just as excited as we are about participating in the democratic process next month? You can get your ballot ready now with samples from the Secretary of State’s Office.
Housing Market Shift
Colorado’s hot housing market might finally be cooling off; experts say it’s moving toward a more balanced market.
Sniffing Out Deception
Sen. Michael Bennet is concerned a federal marijuana task force is designed to mislead the public.
IN NATIONAL NEWS
Kavanaugh Gets to Work
As you all know by now, Judge Brett Kavanaugh is now Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The Senate confirmed him in a 50-48 vote. He’ll be getting to work quickly, so here’s a look at his record on major issues.
Kavanaugh’s Clerk Class
Kavanaugh was quickly sworn in and made history by hiring the first-ever all-female clerk class to work with him.
Roberts Didn’t Act on Kavanaugh Complaints
And if you thought the fighting over Kavanaugh’s appointment was over now that he is on the bench, Justice John Roberts is getting pulled into the fighting for allegedly ignoring judicial misconduct complaints.
Florida Bar Has Tough Path to Immunity
The Department of Justice is setting some hurdles for the Florida State Bar to clear in order to win state actor immunity in an antitrust case.
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