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Court ruling could expedite cleanup of long-dormant uranium mines The Colorado...

Recent images of the Van 4 uranium mine show a dark rig towering above a sagebrush and juniper mesa. Beside the scaffolding sit piles...

Environmentalists differ on bill to speed closing of coal plants

A bill that seeks to give Colorado communities with coal-powered plants a soft landing if the plants are retired early got panned last week...

U.S. roadless rule weathers court challenge from Wyoming, Colorado Mining Association

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals denied a state of Wyoming and Colorado Mining Association petition Thursday afternoon that sought to overturn the 2001 national forest roadless rule.

Colorado Mining Association, Wyoming seek to overturn Clinton Roadless Rule ruling

The Colorado Mining Association and the state of Wyoming on Monday petitioned the full 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear “en banc” an October decision upholding the Clinton administration’s 2001 Roadless Area Conservation Rule.

Uranium Mining Whets Thirst for Drinking Water

The Navajo Indians call it "yellow death." But like so much of what happens in Colorado, the question of uranium mining may boil down...

Mining Association Says Coal Tax Is TABOR-ed

Colorado Mining Association president Stuart Sanderson says that if the state wants to increase the amount of severance tax that the coal industry pays,...

Group Looks at Legal Avenues for Missed Coal Tax Money

Colorado Ethics Watch is considering what legal avenues might be available for recovering about $40 million  in coal severance taxes that haven't been paid...
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