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Gov. Jared Polis, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Respond To Trump ThreatPres. Trump threatened to deploy federal troops in places where there are violent protests.
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Protesters Demonstrate In Front Of CapitolProtesters in Denver demonstrated a lie-in in front of the capitol building on Monday.
Denver Police Release Names Of Hundreds Of People Arrested During ProtestsThere's been a lot of curiosity and confusion about who's responsible for the damage we see left behind.
Former Mayor & City Councilman Each React To Denver ProtestsFormer Denver Mayor Wellington Webb says he applauds the young people of Denver for protesting peacefully but says it’s clear the country needs a message of hope.
Peaceful Protesters React With Positive MessageOn a hot afternoon with hundreds of others, one woman made her way to the capitol with her friend.
Denver Marade Organizers Aim To Help With Racial InequalityLeaders say protesting is just the beginning, they are already working with other nonprofits in Colorado to find a way to move forward on the issue.

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