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Photos: Aspen Misc.

Longtime Aspen resident Jim Ward dropped by the Times office last week with the picture shown above from New Year's Day, 1977. That's when Jim and his wife, Faylis, drove over Independence Pass (a lack of snow kept it open) to Twin Lakes, where daughter Natalie, 7, and Casey, 11 months, enjoyed some time on the ice.
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In Aspen, Hillary Clinton blasts overturning of Roe v. Wade


Speaking at the Aspen Ideas Festival on Wednesday, Hillary Clinton called last week’s overturning of Roe v. Wade “the most arrogant misreading of history in law that you could ever find” and a decision that reflects a country encountering “massive pushback rolling the clock back on our civil rights, our human rights.”

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