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Lawmakers angry over stay-at-home order want Douglas County to sever ties with health department

Denver Post Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
Republican lawmakers from Douglas County are urging county commissioners to cut ties with the Tri-County Health Department after the agency announced it would requiring residents to stay at home beginning Thursday.
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