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Western Slope oil and gas industry balks at EPA greenhouse gas...

Oil and gas officials on Colorado’s Western Slope this week were predictably critical of a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal to expand its controversial...

Obama to ban sport fishing right after seizing all hand guns

No one is saying the alleged Obama "plot on fishing" was part of an RNC fundraising campaign, but the off-base rumor-bomb has certainly caught...

Salazar blasts oil industry while outlining new land-lease reforms

Salazar, the focus of repeated grilling Wednesday on whether he plans to run for governor given the withdrawal of Gov. Bill Ritter, sidestepped those questions and outlined an aggressive new leasing program meant to continue domestic oil and gas development but under stronger environmental and health protections.

ProPublica report: state oil and gas enforcement staffing levels inadequate

Colorado oil and gas regulators have admitted to the Colorado Independent they’re spread too thin to handle a new set of EPA rules if...

Times follows e-mail trail in 11th-hour oil shale leasing probe of...

The Los Angeles Times continues to follow the e-mail trail in the 11th-hour Bush administration bid to lock in low royalty rates for highly...

Penry already breaking campaign pledges, says former State Senate opponent

When Democrat Dana Baker got Republican Josh Penry to sign a pledge in 2006 to serve out a full four-year term if elected, the "idea behind that was no one would be seeking another office or other work or other endeavors during that time, that we intended to serve out the term of that office." While Penry, now State Senate minority leader, isn't resigning, he's running for governor.

Eagle County Fights to Hold Down Housing Prices as National Market...

While the rest of the nation watched home prices plunge precipitously in the first quarter of 2008, officials in Eagle County - where the...
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