Good news for those of you who've always felt something stinks at the Colorado Judicial Building, where the state Supreme Court and Court of Appeals are housed: Today, even Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary Mullarkey agrees with you. She's closed the structure until further notice due to a sewer break in the basement. And that's her final decision.
Read the Colorado Judicial Branch's release about the stench after the jump:
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Colorado Judicial Building closed
DENVER - Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary Mullarkey today ordered the state Judicial Building housing the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals closed until further notice due to a sewer break in the building's basement. Updates on the building's status will be posted to the Judicial Department Web site at www.courts.state.co.us.