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Legal Lasso: Rokerthon Edition

Al Roker is attempting to earn the Guinness World Record for length of a weather forecast (why this exists, we don’t know), and he’s doing some pretty brazen things to keep the forecast going strong. There’s a big change at the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (Ken Lund out, Fiona Arnold in), and we want you to join us for our Capitol Rock party, come meet the new cool cats in town.

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Legal Lasso: Bomb Cyclone Indeed Edition

I mean, we knew the 70 degree days had to come to an end, but this downward spiral weather is a lot to handle in such a short period of time. We hope you’re all being safe on those roads (slow down to a lot of you, we saw some close calls this morning). In today’s headlines, the state Senate majority celebrates in style, pollsters were better this election cycle, and is Polis headed for a leadership role?

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Legal Lasso: Thank You Veterans Edition

We strongly suggest that you thank a veteran today, if it weren’t for them, we wouldn’t be where we are today. In today’s headlines, what’s next for Andrew Romanoff, Obama urges net neutrality, a judge denies a stay in the Loveland fracking case.

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Legal Lasso: Bomb Cyclone Edition

It may not feel that chilly this morning, but be warned that the deep freeze is coming, and this year it’s named the Bomb Cyclone. In today’s headlines, a ‘miracle’ for Detroit, two Colorado Democrats are anxiously awaiting final vote counts on their seats, the GOP has taken control of the state Senate, and two older lawyers fight at their country club and submit dueling member revocation letters.

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Legal Lasso: All Eyes On Adams County Edition

Happy Friday! Both parties are waiting on the edge of their seats to see how one race in Adams County turns out — the outcome will determine the balance of power in the state’s legislature. In other headlines, the U.S. Supreme Court has made a lot of decisions by not making decisions, at least according to one legal expert, and a high level prosecutor may become the next attorney general.

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Legal Lasso: How Is It Already Nov. 6 (?) Edition

We woke up this morning realizing that Thanksgiving is just weeks (not months) away…how did that happen?! We suppose we’ve been having too much fun to notice the time is flying by, but we’re hopeful we’ll slow down for a bit to enjoy the ride. In today’s headlines, President Obama promises to get along with everyone, Hick announces his second term priorities, and Sen. Bennet’s career still thrives.

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Legal Lasso: Gubernatorial Nail Biter Edition

The gubernatorial candidates sure now how to make us sweat (and wait). In other news, the GOP is doing a happy dance this morning, not just in Colorado, but across the country. Wins yesterday mean that there are now 100 women in Congress for the first time ever, and now the real fun begins, as we watch what these newly elected officials will do.

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Legal Lasso: Yo Voté Edition

If you haven’t voted yet, we think you should take your phone or tablet down to the voting station and read Legal Lasso while you wait — JUST. GO. VOTE! In today’s edition, we’ve got a lot of election coverage, the story of a college student who stole an ambulance, and a moving piece about one of our favorite NPR voices.

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