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Fighting Service Animal Fraud, Colorado’s First Supreme Court Justice, Endangered Places

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Some people try to pass their dogs off as service animals to get them into apartments and restaurants, but a new Colorado law tries to curb that behavior. Then, if Neil Gorsuch is confirmed by the U.S. Senate, he'll be the second Coloradan to serve on the Supreme Court. Byron White was appointed to the high court in 1962, and we talk with White's former clerk Dennis Hutchinson. Plus, a kitchy roadside Colorado attraction is endangered of being lost along with other "endangered places" in the state. And, Aurora's first poet laureate Jovan Mays' term ends. He reflects on what's been a bumpy ride.