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The EPA has paused enforcing air quality laws. Colorado regulators say...

State health officials say they’re trying to stay the course on regulating air and water pollution during the COVID-19 pandemic even as the Environmental...

Guest post: Proposition 112 — Colorado already has 50,000 oil...

It might be telling that on the same day former Governor Bill Ritter had a column in The Denver Post (Oct. 16), projecting “a...

Fracktivists: Oil and gas group’s new rule blocks opponents

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission plans to change its rules regarding how the public can challenge the group’s decisions – a change...

U.S. Chamber of Commerce enters the ad market

Denver political ad buys are escalating (but you knew that), here's the latest.

Obama administration challenges oil, gas companies to drill already leased lands

Oil and gas companies are tapping only about 28 percent of federal offshore sea floor they have leased and 56 percent of the onshore land they’ve leased is also sitting idle, the Interior Department said Tuesday.

Obama’s smog decision backed by big business donors, called a ‘huge...

President Obama’s decision early this month to side with anti-regulation business interests against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to stop a plan to tighten smog regulations comes during an election cycle in which Obama has received campaign donations from top polluters, and only weeks after his chief of staff met with anti-regulation industry trade associations.

Gas-fracturing data favored by energy industry refutes industry claims

The two key arguments that the oil and gas industry is using to fight federal regulation of the natural gas drilling process called hydraulic fracturing -- that the costs would cripple their business and that state regulations are already strong -- are challenged by the same data and reports the industry is using to bolster its position.

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