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Three Things You Need to Know on June 28th

June 28, 2019

The second Democratic Presidential debate took place in Miami last night. Race relations were a hot topic. California Senator Kamala Harris went after frontrunner and former VP Joe Biden for his recent comments about working with segregationist senators when he was a young senator. Colorado Senator Michael Bennett and former Governor John Hickenlooper were also a part of the debate.

Governor Polis is reacting to yesterday's U.S. Supreme Court decision on a possible citizenship question on the 2020 Census.  The high court decided the Trump administration's explanation for the question was inadequate.  The ruling also sent the case back to a lower court, which may mean time is running out for the question to make it to the Census.  Polis says it's a step in the right direction to ensure everyone is counted accurately and free from intimidation.  President Trump says he's asking lawyers if the Census can be delayed while the case plays out. 

It may be hot in Denver this weekend, but it's staying cool on the slopes just long enough for a little more skiing and snowboarding! In addition to this weekend, Arapahoe Basin will be open one last day on the Fourth of July before closing.  There will be top to bottom skiing, but A-Basin officials say people should stay on the upper portion where coverage is optimal.  The last time the ski area was open this late was in 2011.