Legal Lasso: What’s Next for Senator Bennet

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After Sen. Michael Bennet blew up the Internet, people are wondering what’s next.

The Colorado House of Representatives voted unanimously to pass a bill allowing marijuana to be used to treat autism spectrum disorders.

Recently jailed criminal justice reform advocate Elisabeth Epps is taking on a new project — getting help tailored specifically to the growing population of incarcerated women.

A whistleblower lawsuit claims state education officials failed in their implementation of the READ Act.

One Thornton man has been in the immigration system for nearly 10 years. After the government shutdown delayed a court hearing, he might be waiting several more years before finding out whether he will be deported.

Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker is before the Senate Judiciary Committee this morning and vowed he hasn’t interfered with the Mueller investigation or shared any information about it with anyone in the White House.

Justice John Roberts joined the four liberal Supreme Court justices in delivering a split ruling to temporarily block a Louisiana abortion law from going into effect that would have all but deleted abortion in the state.

Virginia’s top Republican, Senate Majority Leader Tommy Norment, is involved in the state’s growing misconduct epidemic with an offensive publication of his own.

Former U.S. Rep. John Dingell, a Colorado Springs native who served in Congress for 59 years, died at 92.

 

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