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DU STUDENTS SUCCEED IN THEIR CASE for a prisoner who has been in solitary confinement for the past 12 years. Judge Jackson ordered the prison to provide Anderson at least three hours a week of recreation “in an area that is fully outside and that includes overhead access to the elements, e.g., to sunlight, rain, snow and wind, unless inclement weather or disciplinary needs make that impossible.”
ASKING QUESTIONS ABOUT VOTER REGISTRATION LETTERS: According to The Denver Post, of the nearly 4,000 letters mailed this month by Secretary of State Scott Gessler to suspected noncitizens — asking that they prove they are eligible to vote or remove themselves from the voter rolls — 12.45 percent went to Republicans, prompting critics to again question whether the effort is politically motivated.
GROWING BY ONE: Ducker Montgomery Lewis & Bess.
CHATTING EACH OTHER UP: Vestas & Mitsubishi.
FACING SUIT: Garfiled County over a meeting on oil shale.
HE ALMOST GOT AWAY, but became a victim of a hit-and-run accident instead.
FACING HEAT: Top Romney attorney.
RECONSIDERING DNA COLLECTION PROGRAM: The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
WARNING THE NEXT ROUND OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA SHOPS: U.S. Attorney John Walsh.
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