IN LOCAL NEWS
Republicans Join Up to Fight TABOR Ballot Question
A group of top Colorado Republicans is fighting Proposition CC on the November ballot. That measure would allow the state to keep future refunds allowed by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights to go for schools and transportation.
Adams County DA Won’t Prosecute Officer Involved in Shooting
Adams County prosecutors on Tuesday decided not to pursue charges for an Aurora police officer who shot and killed a machete-wielding man in a north Aurora apartment earlier this year.
Denver-based coworking space Galvanize is laying off 7 percent of its workforce and is likely to shutter its original location at Delaware Street and 12th Ave.
DIA Executive Resigns Amid Investigation
The Chief Information Officer and senior vice president for technologies at Denver International Airport resigned from the job after spending more than three months under investigation.
Hickenlooper Responds to Sanders’ Economic Plans
Presidential hopeful John Hickenlooper this morning laid out his economic plans and denounced socialism after presidential primary rival U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders laid out his vision for how democratic socialism can continue to transform the U.S.
IN NATIONAL NEWS
Legal Analysts React to Trump’s 2020 Comments
President Donald Trump said he wouldn’t be opposed to receiving dirt from foreign countries on his 2020 opponents. And legal analysts and former prosecutors have some thoughts on that.
West Virginia’s Oil and Gas Opinions
The West Virginia Supreme Court recently delivered two opinions that send mixed messages to oil and gas companies, showing the state is still developing legal theories regarding land use for those companies.
BigLaw Firm Facing Potential Sanctions
Pepper Hamilton is facing potential sanctions for failing to produce documents pursuant to a court order regarding a Baylor University sexual assault case.
Census Bureau Tests Citizenship Question
As the legal battle over the 2020 census citizenship question continues, the Census Bureau is sending out surveys to gauge how the public could react next year to census forms with the potential census question.
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