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Gardner says states should be in control of water quality

U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner sounded traditional Republican themes when he spoke before the Colorado Water Congress Wednesday. Colorado needs more water storage, he said, and the federal government, especially the Environmental Protection Agency, must back off regulations that block job growth.

Green beer: Not just for St. Patrick’s Day anymore

There is a new buzz in the roadless debate. Charlie Berger, owner of Denver Beer Co., this week called on Congress to strengthen protections of public lands in light of the U.S. Forest Service's deliberation of a new state-specific proposal to manage forests and attempts by Republican lawmakers to roll back wilderness and roadless area protections.

Bears safe from expanded Colorado hunting season for now

A state legislator is holding fire on his plan to broaden Colorado's bear hunting season.

Tipton’s anti-environment agenda as clear as the waters he’d leave unprotected

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton's voting record suggests he is more Dick Cheney than Teddy Roosevelt. The freshman congressman for the Grand Old Party has been busy this year blocking efforts to combat climate change and promote renewable energy, taking funds away from land cleanups and conservation, and weakening the Environmental Protection Agency. All this while protecting tax breaks for big oil.

Sen. Bennet balances energy talk on slippery Western Slope

During a three-day trip through the Western Slope this week, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet promoted clean energy as a means to create more jobs in Colorado and break the nation's dependence on foreign oil.

Colorado congressmen risk environment for rare earth refinement

Rare earth metals used to manufacture magnets for electric vehicles, display screens for electronics, rechargeable batteries and smart bombs are almost entirely mined in China but that could soon change. U.S. Reps. Mike Coffman and Doug Lamborn are pushing hard to knock down the barriers of entry for rare earth production to return to the United States, where mines closed in the 1990s when China undercut global prices.

Something stinks in the climate change debate

No wonder global warming has Al Gore so hot under the collar. His harangue against climate change deniers induced a frenzy of conservative chest-pounding last week wherein Fox News and the usual suspects swore his scatological sermon must be a symptom of dementia. They went on to spew the same misleading memes the ex-vice president decried in Aspen.