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Sept. 21, 2020: Former Clerk Reflects On RBG; How Her Death Could Impact CO Senate Race

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Colorado Attorney General telephonic oral arguments with the U.S. Supreme Court
Pool Photo by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser does a Zoom meeting with media after telephonic oral arguments in the Baca faithless electors case on May 13, 2020 in Denver, Colorado. Attorney General Weiser, in a conference room at his offices in Denver, argued to members of the U.S. Supreme Court that Colorado has the right for the state to have laws requiring presidential electors to vote for the person chosen by voters.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday. Republican incumbent Sen. Cory Gardner may help determine how fast she’s replaced, and that may affect his reelection bid. Then, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser clerked for Ginsburg. And, CPR's "Purplish” podcast explores mail voting. Plus, Western wildfire smoke. Also, Latin hip-hop band 2MX2.