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RE-WRITING SCRIPT FOR THE CONVENTION? Republicans may be as a tropic storm bears down on Tampa.
SUING PERA: The city of Colorado Springs. On Aug. 15, attorneys for Colorado Springs filed a lawsuit asking a judge to rule that the city owes nothing to Colorado’s Public Employees Retirement Association, or PERA, if Memorial withdraws its roughly 4,000 employees from the pension system should voters approve a lease to University of Colorado Health.
COUNTER-POINT: 30-year criminal defense attorney Alexander Garlin.
CHECK PLEASE: Legal experts say Apple, Samsung face sky high legal fees.
SECURING $7 MILLION IN FINANCING: Boulder-based hearing device maker Sophono.
ACQUIRING THE COMPETITION: Hertz to buy Dollar Thrifty for $2.3 billion.
WELL, LOOK AT THAT: Research suggests that studying for the LSAT makes you smarter.
THAT’S A BIG JUMP: Car sales jump 36 percent from July 2011 to July 2012.
TODAY’S ANNOUNCEMENTS from the Colorado Supreme Court.
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