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Gov. Polis Extends Statewide Fire Ban Another 30 Days

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Gov. Polis Extends Statewide Fire Ban Another 30 Days

Gov. Polis Extends Statewide Fire Ban Another 30 Days

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Jared Polis signed an Executive Order and extension memorializing his verbal disaster declaration on August 18, 2020, due to multiple fires statewide and authorizing the use of the Colorado National Guard to support firefighting operations throughout the state.


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