KZMU News: Thursday January 31, 2019

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Shortly after Willie Grayeyes was sworn in as San Juan County Commissioner, he entered a courtroom to defend, for the second time, his residency. Republican Kelly Laws, who lost to Grayeyes in the 2018 election, filed a complaint in late December alleging his opponent does not live in Navajo Mountain, Utah. After an eight-hour hearing last week, seventh district judge Don Torgerson issued a ruling late Tuesday in favor of Grayeyes. Our partners at KSJD in Cortez, Colorado spoke with a local writer who followed the case and attended the day-long hearing.

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