Shaky foundation: Lawsuits threaten Memorial's money 

If it loses either or both cases, there's no telling how much money will be left for a community foundation

Leasing city-owned Memorial Hospital was billed as a win for everyone, and 83 percent of the voters approved of the deal Aug. 28. But Colorado Springs now faces two lawsuits stemming from that transaction. And if it loses either or both cases,…

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