“(T)he disruption to people’s lives and livelihoods grows as the interstate remains closed,” Gov. Jared Polis wrote to the feds.
Justin Wingerter is a political reporter for The Denver Post. He previously covered Oklahoma politics for The Oklahoman and Kansas politics for The Topeka Capital-Journal. He is a native of Granite City, Illinois.
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