IN LOCAL NEWS
Immigration Policy Protests on the Rise
Protests against GEO Group and ICE, and specifically the ICE detention center in Aurora, are growing this summer. Attorney General Phil Weiser will be attending one this weekend.
Hancock Talks Legacy
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock talked about his reelection, a look back at his previous two terms in office and what to expect for term number three.
Hickenlooper, Bennet on the National Stage
The second round of Democratic primary debates — this one featuring Sen. Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper — is tonight. And the candidates from Colorado will have their work cut out for them in trying to gain attention on the crowded stage.
Major Problems for Polis Recall Effort
The effort to recall Gov. Jared Polis has some significant issues with its fundraising reports as well as the legitimacy of its donors.
Head-On Bike Collision Raising Concerns
A bicycle crash on the Cherry Creek Trail is bringing up discussions about speed, traffic and safety on the bike thoroughfare.
IN NATIONAL NEWS
SCOTUS Rules Against Census Question
The U.S. Supreme Court left in place a ban on a citizenship question on the 2020 census.
And SCOTUS Also Leaves Gerrymandering Alone
The court also delivered a 5-4 ruling saying gerrymandering on political lines is not unconstitutional and that gerrymandering is, by nature, a political process.
Fact Checking the Candidates
The first round of the Democratic primary debates was last night. There are plenty of recaps out there, so here’s your fact check.
High-Demand Practice Area
Looking to pivot your practice? Law firms are on a hiring spree for financial technology-related practices.
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