Tony Pulis, Wayne Lapierre, New York discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

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To UK away News. Radio Time is five o'clock. It's Colorado's Morning news. April Zesbaugh Marty Lens with you, Fox 31 pinpoint whether currently 32. We'll hit a high nice and warm around 60 today but a slight chance of afternoon storms. Drying out tomorrow loaded mid seventies the next couple of days. Good morning. Our top story here on Colorado's Morning Yu's younger kids gonna be able to get vaccinated in the coming days for covert 19. Tony Pulis says that could happen as soon as tomorrow for kids 12 to 15, but parents should probably planned for this weekend. I've been getting a lot of questions. When can I get my 12 to 15 year old Vaccinated? Theo answer is very likely soon as this weekend, hopefully, as soon as Friday, Saturday Sunday, a CBC panel will meet today for the final green light for the age group. One of the places to get younger teens vaccinated is the Rocky Mountain Hospital for kids were trying to do is in this pandemic by achieving herd immunity with at least 70% of the population being vaccinated, so this is a vital Group and quite a large group of our population that will be eligible, assumes this weekend for vaccination. That's Jason Bloch Glad he is the pharmacy director for Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. You consign a pure young teen on their website for one of this weekend's vaccine clinics, starting this fall of rural public schools will be requiring vaccinations for all staff members. That decision announced yesterday in an email, the superintendent said. Exemptions will be allowed under state and federal law, he said. They're letting employees know now so they have time to make plans to get vaccinated before school starts. In the fall, Douglas County commissioners voted 2 to 1 in favor of a resolution to ignore the state's mask Mandate. Commissioner Laura Thomas was the only commissioner to vote against it. What I know is going to happen is there is going to be even more confusion in Douglas County. About when someone needs to wear a mask and when someone doesn't need to wear a mask, she went on to say she believes it's not good government to tell people the violate a state order. The state mandate requires masks in schools, childcare centers, hospitals and jails. It's unclear if the state will try to enforce the mask order in Douglas County following yesterday's vote. Ahead of an expected vote toe ouster from her house Republican leadership position. Wyoming congressman Liz Cheney defending herself she took to the House floor last night. I will not sit back and watch in silence. While others lead our party down a path that abandons the rule of law and joins the former president's crusade to undermine our democracy. Cheney blame former President Trump for provoking the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol and continuing to push the idea that the election was stolen. She called it a threat that America has never seen before. She spoke before largely empty chamber. One of those listening, though, was Colorado Congressman Ken Buck Thean Array dealt a major setback in its bid for bankruptcy protection. It's an effort to reorganize in Texas was the task was tossed out in court. The judge said. The N R A is solvent and inappropriately tried to use bankruptcy to shield itself from regulators here in New York. The decision means the organization remains exposed to a lawsuit by state Attorney General Letitia James, who was seeking to shut down the entire A after she accused Wayne LaPierre and other top executives of corruption what they will We are freedom dissolution, James said. The N R A. I can no longer reincorporate in Texas, where it may have faced a more favorable political climate. Honore said it would remain in New York and confront its adversaries. Aaron, Qatar SKI ABC News New York. Thankfully, nobody was hurt. But a rural residents want answers after a shootout damaged several homes and vehicles early Saturday morning. What was a House party spills out into the streets, just east of where South Monthly meets Yale? It wasn't like they were focused. They're just papers describe it as an endless barrage of gunfire, whole block that shot up bullet holes on siding and in cars,.

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