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CALIFORNIA: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis takes swipe at California over return of sports. SFGATE: During a Friday press conference, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis criticized the state of California for shutting down a UFC event scheduled for late April, and doubled down on his invitation for sports teams across the country to operate in Florida during the coronavirus pandemic if their home states remain under strict stay-at-home orders. https://cutt.ly/6yEzB6r

DENVER: The Denver Channel: Metro Denver housing market remains strong, despite pandemic and lockdown. Pent up demand outpaces inventory. While some areas of the country are seeing home sales decline during the pandemic, the same cannot be said for Colorado. On Monday, according to MarketWatch on MLS, 500 homes went under contract in metro Denver. That’s 66% above the average Monday.https://cutt.ly/WyEz77Q

UTAH: Much of Utah is now in the ‘yellow’ risk level for COVID-19, here’s what it means. Salt Lake Tribune: Governor Gary Herbert has signed an executive order moving much of the state to a “yellow” or “low risk” level for COVID-19. The order, signed late Friday, follows through on his announcement that the state would start loosening some restrictions brought on by the virus. https://cutt.ly/FyExtnq

NEW MEXICO: The Durango Herald: Frustrations flare over New Mexico public health orders. A group gathered Thursday in front of the Animas Valley Mall in Farmington to protest the public health restrictions on businesses in San Juan County, as local frustrations around the state’s public health orders escalate. Those in attendance demanded all businesses in the area be allowed to reopen. https://cutt.ly/KyExgEv

NEVADA: Las Vegas Sun: Gov. Steve Sisolak said he doesn’t want to get ahead of himself as he considers the next steps in reopening Nevada from the coronavirus shutdown. Nevada is just six days into an initial 14-day phase of reopening businesses that have been shuttered for nearly two months. On Saturday, some nonessential businesses — dine-in restaurants, retail stores and hair salons — were allowed to start reopening under strict social distancing guidelines. https://cutt.ly/fyExlhR

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