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What We're Talking About
Restaurant safety. The Colorado Restaurant Association is pushing back against public health orders set to begin Friday that will temporarily ban indoor dining in 15 counties, claiming there is little evidence tying the service to surging COVID-19 cases. The Denver Department of Public Health and Environment, however, does not agree with that assessment. (Colorado Politics)
In-N-Out. The popular California burger chain will open two Colorado locations—in Aurora and Colorado Springs—this morning. The company also plans to have its Lone Tree outpost up and running in the coming weeks. (Denver Post)
Pueblo media. In recent years, some have wondered if public funding might be a way to help save some news outlets. In Pueblo, one publisher decided to ask local government officials if they would be willing to accept that idea and provide assistance. Here's a look at what happened next. (Columbia Journalism Review)
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