Three Things You Need to Know on September 12th

September 12, 2019

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Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette agrees with the White House on a push to ban flavored vaping products.  The Trump administration announced yesterday it was moving forward with a crackdown on the industry due to rising teen use and recent vaping-related deaths.  DeGette says she doesn't often agree with the President, but she does on this matter. The Democratic lawmaker introduced legislation back in March which would take similar action. 

Highway 119 has reopened in Boulder Canyon after a huge rockfall from a CDOT construction project yesterday afternoon.  CDOT says crews were blasting the mountain when about eight-thousand cubic yards of rock tumbled onto the road. CDOT said yesterday that it would take at least two days to reopen the canyon, but work crews were able to finish removing enough debris overnight to make the road passable.

Kevin Hart is finally out of the hospital after his horrific car crash.  According to reports, Hart is now at a live-in rehab facility doing intense physical therapy to recover from his injuries and surgery.  Sources close to the star say that the comedian will spend around a week at the live-in facility.