The Bureau of Land Management is deferring all parcels associated with the August oil and gas lease sale in the North Fork Valley.
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BOULDER– U.S. Senator Michael Bennet told students, staff and faculty members at the University of Colorado campus here Tuesday that he was proud to champion the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and happy that the Senate voted in favor of its reauthorization by a broad bipartisan majority.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., went on Fox News today to once again advocate for the extension of the wind production tax credit.
If you hear someone laughing the next time you fill your car with gasoline, look around and see if you can’t spot an oil executive on his way to the bank.
Capitol Hill lawmakers are moving to pass legislation that would effectively lift restrictions on traveling state to state with concealed weapons. The proposed laws would not only clear the path for gun owners with state-based concealed-carry permits but also for gun owners who live in states that require no permits to carry guns. The prospect has energized gun-rights activists and alarmed state and local officials, who say the legislation would blast holes in the long-established boundaries separating federal and local authority in regard to guns and safety and would present a grave threat to citizens and to law enforcement officials.
On the heels of a new poll that shows 70 percent of Americans think Super PACs should be outlawed, Colorado Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet has joined a task force to craft a new legislative response to blunt the impact from the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision allowing corporations and anonymous special interests to spend unlimited sums to influence elections.
Saying the economy is intrinsically intertwined with the environment, U.S. Sen. Mark Udall rolled out a proposal Sunday to designate 236,000 acres of new wilderness in central Colorado and establish a 20,000-acre national monument along the Browns Canyon stretch of the Arkansas River.
A coalition of groups in and around Carbondale is proposing a settlement to reimburse companies who own natural gas leases in the Thompson Divide area in exchange for retiring 43 leases currently in question and protecting the area from future energy development there.