Neil Gorsuch was sworn in this morning as a Supreme Court Justice. His impact on the court will be felt as soon as in next week as the court begins hearing a list of major cases.
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U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter is officially running for Colorado governor.
Some state legislators want to set up a state pension fund for the poor.
The state budget bill was amended to say money appropriated to the Attorney General can’t be used for lawsuits against local governments. And Boulder County breathed a sigh of relief.
Other big bills in the legislature this week include two sanctuary city bills, juvenile sexting and reclassifying the Hospital Provider Fee.
The Larimer County Sheriff said local police can’t do the federal government’s job on immigration.
Gov. John Hickenlooper was on NPR’s celebrity game show, “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me” — aside from being the focus of a lot of pot jokes, he talked about a possible presidential run. “We’ll see” was his short answer.
Sports Authority’s Englewood headquarters was sold for $16 million.
Steamboat and Winter Park parent company Intrawest Resorts was purchased by Aspen Skiing Co. and KSL Capital Partners.
Twitter won its brief legal fight with the government over the identity of a critical tweeter.
The chairman of the FCC is moving to quickly repeal Obama administration net neutrality rules.
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