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Some 50 years after the fact, jeers, insults, spittle and even tossed feces and blood were replaced by warm words of respect, acknowledgement and, perhaps most importantly, appreciation.
The federal government should make no special efforts in Colorado to protect the Western yellow-billed cuckoo, two federal legislators said.
The ruling has become a bipartisan issue. Since the ruling, Colorado Republicans and Democrats have all sent Jewell letters of concern. She’s not responded.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has rebuffed the entreaties of Colorado lawmakers urging her to appeal a federal judge’s order that threatens to shut down the Colowyo coal mine.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling could benefit northwest Colorado’s beleaguered coal and electricity-generating industries, but environmental organizations said the ruling threatens human health.
The ruling “strikes a blow against the Obama administration’s regulatory recklessness and further proves what many of us already know, that the EPA has no regard for the impact its overreaching rules have on American families and businesses
He spoke about some of the challenges facing the Western Slope, including: water protection rights and healthcare policy issues.
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., has gone into the locked room in the Capitol to keep up with trade legislation as it’s taking shape.
The importance of water storage and preparation for the good times and the bad were topics U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., emphasized in his speech at the celebration.
The U.S. House this week adopted an amendment that would shift $20 million from the Environmental Protection Agency’s administrative account to the wildland fire management fund.