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Colorado and some local jurisdictions in the southwestern part of the state are getting fractions of what was initially sought in reimbursement money from the Environmental Protection Agency for the August 2015 Gold King Mine spill, but received another $54,000 Thursday.
I recently had the opportunity to visit with more than 5,220 constituents during a telephone town hall meeting.
The US House of representatives passed a resolution yesterday to void the BLM’s Planning 2.0 rule that took effect in December.
As public lands policy continues to pit Democrats against Republicans in a political battle over the future of federal lands, Colorado’s Washington delegation has united on a flurry of bills to protect the state’s public lands.
Rep. Scott Tipton, whose congressional district includes Garfield County, has announced his subcommittee assignments for the 115th Congress.
Three members of Colorado’s Congressional delegation reintroduced four bills related to public lands and land use issues across the state on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
President Donald J. Trump’s reversal of previous policy on the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines augurs well for the Piceance Basin, the head of an industry association said.
A bill to strengthen telephone connectivity in rural communities across the United States has passed the House for the second straight year.
A priority for President Donald J. Trump should be to appoint two Republicans to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which could revive the Jordan Cove project.
Congressman Scott Tipton’s office says freeze does not apply to projects already finalized.